For medical students serving in the military, matching into a residency program occurs earlier than the civilian match. This year, two fourth-year medical students at Baylor participated in the military match.
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…
Milestone celebrations look different this year as we fight to prevent the spread of coronavirus, but that doesn’t mean festivities are cancelled altogether. Baylor’s emergency medicine residents and their loved ones gathered via Zoom for a virtual graduation followed by a drive-by parade to commemorate their hard work over the last three years.
What happens when a patient leaves the ER? After discharge, there is a range of follow-up documents, instructions and tasks that need to be completed to ensure the proper medications are ordered, insurance is notified and any specialist appointments are made.
As the floodwater began to rise around the Texas Medical Center, Dr. Shane Jenks, assistant professor of emergency medicine at Baylor College of Medicine, found himself taking on responsibilities he didn’t expect.