Matches are made in the spring and programs are two (2) to four (4) weeks between May and August.
You can lead the future of primary care in Texas by serving as a GIMSPP preceptor (mentor). Physician preceptors use the Teaching Medicine – In Action: A Guide for GIMSPP to deliver personalized instruction in a local, community-based setting to an early career medical student. This training helps students build a formative understanding of the practice of primary care and encourages them to pursue the practice post-graduation. Rekindle your passion for medicine and give back to the medical profession at the same time!