Since its founding in 1891, The University of Texas Medical Branch has
remained deeply committed to educating a health care workforce to serve
the State of Texas, and beyond. UTMB has graduated more health care
practitioners than any other university in the state.
The University of Texas Medical Branch offers 25 residencies and 33
subspecialty fellowship programs. All residency programs meet the
accreditation standards of the Accreditation Council for Graduate
Medical Education (ACGME) and the American Board of Medical Specialties.
In addition to the accredited programs, several departments offer
subspecialty fellowships in areas not requiring accreditation–all are
approved by the Texas Medical Board for issuance of
physician-in-training permits to individuals not yet permanently
licensed in Texas. The individual program directors and their
departments conduct the recruiting, training, evaluating, and managing
of the specific programs. To learn more about our program and what our
department has to offer the future otolaryngology resident, please
navigate through this Medical Education portion of our web site.