Duties of PIT holders to Report
If you are a Physician in Training (PIT) permit holder, you must report, in writing, to the Executive Director of the board, the following circumstances within thirty days of their occurrence:
Failure to comply with the provisions of this chapter (22 Tex. Admin. Code, Section 171) or Tex. Occ. Code, Sec. 160.002 and 160.003 may be grounds for disciplinary action as an administrative violation. Duties of PIT holders to report are specified in 22 Tex. Admin. Code, Section 171.5.
Important email info:
All TTUHSC students, faculty, and staff will be issued an official TTUHSC email account with the firstname.lastname@example.org convention format. This email address will be the only email address used for all official communications between the institution an students, faculty, and staff. Emails will not be directed or forwarded to another, non-TTUHSC account. See policy in its entirety here.
Helpful Links for Coordinators
ACGME - Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education
AHME - Association for Hospital Medical Education
ERAS - Electronic Residency Application Service
NEW INNOVATIONS- Residency Management Suite
NRMP - National Resident Matching Program
TMB - Texas Medical Board
SUBSTANTIAL EQUIVALENCE - Schools whose graduates do not have to demonstrate that their education is equivalent to that of a Texas medical school.