Baylor Scott & White Health, the largest non-profit health system in Texas, seeks board-eligible and board-certified candidates from any primary specialty for its Clinical Informatics Fellowship Program located in Round Rock, Texas, a suburb of Austin. This two-year ACGME-accredited fellowship program is designed to provide practical experience in clinical informatics, accompanied by excellent didactics and by strong faculty and administrative support. The fellowship includes fully funded enrollment in the Oregon Health and Science University Clinical Informatics graduate certificate program, a comprehensive didactic curriculum tailored for health care professionals. Fellows may remain active in their primary specialty up to 20% of the time, by arrangement. This fellowship rotation schedule and academic activities are designed to be flexible and will be tailored to each fellow’s career goals and interests. Fellows may combine clinical informatics fellowship training with graduate medical education programs from other specialties, by arrangement.
Applications are accepted through ERAS. For more information, please contact us via email or visit our website. Interested candidates are welcome to directly contact the Program Director.