Welcome to Texas Health Fort Worth
Texas Health Resources / Harris Methodists Fort Worth is a short-term acute care hospital with 707 staffed beds with approximately 30,000 major operations annually. This primary training location has a longstanding history of providing advanced medical care to its community. The community includes residents from 41 ZIP codes with a population of more than 1.2 million people in four counties. Those communities are expected to grow by another 100,000 people over the next five years. Construction of a new Jane and John Justin Patient Surgical Tower is set to complete at the end of 2021 and open in 2022. This new state of the art tower will add 144 patient beds, 15 surgical suites and new pre-operative and post-operative units. This nine-story tower will feature cutting-edge surgical suites that will accommodate advanced technologies and provide more space for the latest surgical equipment. Each large surgical suite will have the latest advancement in treatment technologies while design features, such as the layout of patient rooms, will bring patients and families close together during recovery. This training site will provide our surgical residents with ample patient volumes and case diversity to meet ACGME requirements for training.
Does the program sponsor Visas?
Currently, the program is not sponsoring any Visas.
How do I apply to your program?
Texas Health Fort Worth’s surgery residency program is “all in” on the NRMP Match agreement. As a result, we only select qualified applications through the ERAS application portal and match through the annual NRMP Match process.
Can I apply if I am Couples Matching?
If you are invited to interview with our program and your significant other is interested in one of our programs, please reach out to the contact person for the program via e-mail with your significant other’s name, AAMC ID, and program of interest. We cannot and will not promise interviews to those couples matching but appreciate the additional details that round out a person’s profile.
How will interviews be conducted during the COVID pandemic?
Interviews will be conducted virtually as recommended by all regulating and accrediting bodies in the Graduate Medical Education community. If selected to interview, you will be provided with detailed information regarding virtual platform, scheduling, and interviewers.
How can I learn more about the Fort Worth area?
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