Residency Program Overview
The four-year Ob/Gyn program was approved in 1988 and is accredited for three residents per year. TTUHSCC - Permian Basin is an educational facility that houses classrooms, administrative offices, faculty offices, conference rooms, auditorium and library. The three-story clinic building houses the ambulatory clinics of the clinical medicine specialties: Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Surgery, Psychiatry and Pediatrics.
The TTUHSC buildings are adjacent to Medical Center Hospital, which serves Ector County Hospital District and is supported by a tax base. Medical Center Hospital is mandated to care for the indigent populations that are a large number of high-risk and seriously ill patients. This affords the residents the opportunity to increase their clinical exposure to a myriad of diseases and experiences. Midland Memorial Hospital, located in adjoining Midland, Texas, provides clinical experience for our residents as well.
Educational Program Resident Rotations
Low Risk Obstetrics
High Risk Obstetrics
Chief Resident - Obstetrics
Chief Resident - Gynecology
*One of these months is spent in Dallas, Texas at the Baylor Medical Center.
Expenses Paid by the OB/GYN Department
- Payment of Council on Resident Education in Obstetrics and Gynecology (CREOG) fee for educational materials.
- Payment of American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology (ABOG) written exam fee (senior resident).
- Expenses of annual CREOG In-Training Exam (Mandatory for all residents).
Payment for 1 USMLE or Comlex Step 3 registration fee as an employee/resident of Texas Tech. If taken before residency begins, the fee cannot be reimbursed as only employees/residents can be reimbursed.
In addition to the items above, department will pay for one conference a year to present that residents' scholarly activity. Residents must have "significant involvement" in the project each year. Conference requires Chair's approval prior to registering for conference.
Continuing Medical Education Maximum Annual Allowances
iPad and case (case no more than $50)
Resident on-call sleeping quarters are provided near the Labor and Delivery unit at Medical Center Hospital.
2 Laboratory coats are provided and laundered at no charge to the resident.
$80 a month is provided for on-call meals.
Digital pagers are provided by Medical Center Hospital although our department uses cell phones.
Residents are assigned to faculty advisors within the department. It is expected that the advisors provide academic and personal support. In addition, the Texas Tech House Staff Association was created to support the residents in solving issues pertinent to their training.
Employee Assistant Program is a professional counseling and referral service available to help residents solve work and personal problems. This service is completely confidential and free of charge.
- Only applications submitted through (ERAS) Electronic Residency Application System are considered. Information on how to apply can be found on the aamc.org website.
- If you are attending a U.S. medical school, contact the Dean's office of your medical school to apply
If for some reason your school is not participating in the ERAS Program, contact the:
Association of American Medical Colleges
2450 N. St. NW
Washington, D.C. 20037 1127.
- We interview applicants that have passed the steps taken within 1 attempt only
- The cut off score for Comlex is 550 and for USMLE 210
- All USMLE/Comlex tests must be taken within 7 years
- You must be a graduate of a U.S. accredited medical school
- No prior experience needed
- No foreign medical school graduates accepted
- No visas sponsored
- There is no graduation cut off year
- We require 3 letters of reference. Letter from Chair is a plus but not required.
For further information contact the Residency Coordinator, Stacy Broadstreet