How did someone who spent the early years of his life working in the cotton fields and orchards of California during the Depression become a legend in the specialty of trauma care? You ask that of Dr. Ken Mattox and he’ll say, “By taking on the big, tough cases and figuring out how to make…
In September, Baylor’s Michael E. DeBakey Department of Surgery hosted the Welsh Minster for Education, Kirsty Williams, at the College as a part of an ongoing collaboration between Baylor and Swansea University in Wales.
While it’s a given that fine motor skills are important to learn when training to be a surgeon, there are other skills that are essential to a surgeon’s success: situational awareness, decision making, communication and teamwork, and leadership.
This department boasts a winning record in a medical-knowledge competition for the past decade. Who is the department of internal medicine?