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Program Type:  Military Medical Center

Location:  San Antonio, Texas

Accredited:  Yes, Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) 

Program Length:  3 years (program starts at PGY2 level) 

Required Pre-Requisite Training:  Medical school graduation, completion of PGY1 program in Internal Medicine 

Categorical Year in Specialty Required:  No

Total Approved Complement:  8

Approved per Year (if applicable):  N/A

Dedicated research year offered:  No

Medical Student Rotation availability:  3rd and 4th year

Additional degree concurrent with training (e.g. MPH):  No

Program Phone Number:  210-916-2203

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Program Hours of Operation:  Monday - Friday 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Program Description

San Antonio Uniformed Services Health Education Consortium Neurology offers academically and clinically robust training, and we pride ourselves in our excellent academic record. Our residents have a 100% first-time board pass rate for well over a decade, and regularly score in the 94-100th percentile in the annual neurology in-service examination. Our residents receive an excellent mix of inpatient and outpatient clinical experience, including maintaining sole responsibility for their own outpatient continuity clinic. We have a breadth of faculty subspecialty expertise, including epilepsy, neuromuscular, neurophysiology, neuroimmunology, neuroophthalmology, critical care, movement disorders, and sleep.

Our program has a number of unique strengths, many of which are driven by our goal to create neurologists who can practice the full spectrum of neurology in sometimes remote locations with limited subspecialty referral resources. We place an emphasis on procedural competency for the treatment of headaches, including botulinum toxin injections, nerve blocks, and more. We also provide robust neurophysiology training and practice which is unique amongst residency programs (and often reserved for fellowship training elsewhere in the country). Our graduates are able to perform electromyography and interpret electroencephalogram independently, and our residents routinely score above the national mean on an EMG test which is typically only administered to fellows. Because we do not have fellowship training, residents do not have to “compete” with fellows for these procedures as sometimes occurs at major academic centers. Our residents have access to a number of research opportunities and a faculty member who serves as our Director of Scholarly Activity.

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Contact Us

Neurology Residency Program

Location: Brooke Army Medical Center, Neurology Clinic, 1st floor

Hours of Operation:

7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

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