Structure and Curriculum of the Program
Regular clinic duties are held at various clinics/specialties around San Antonio. These clinic locations are listed below. For each resident, at least one month of every year is dedicated to the inpatient consult service. Dermatologic surgery is incorporated as a weekly half day into a majority of our clinical rotations. Mohs surgery rotations are also a standard rotation that each resident participates in.
Weekly didactic sessions in dermatopathology and general dermatology are held on Wednesday mornings and Friday afternoons, respectively. These are protected times in which there are no clinic duties. Both faculty and resident involvement is encouraged and expected, including giving lectures on occasion starting from your first year.
Continuing Medical Education
The Division of Dermatology and Cutaneous Surgery provides continuing medical education for the dermatology community through various programs. Periodically, the Division hosts the Annual Texas Dermatological Society Meeting. The meeting is comprised of live patient presentations, resident lectures, and featured guest speakers. Further information will be posted as opportunities arise.
Medical Student Electives, 4th Year
Electives for 4th-year medical students are available in the Division of Dermatology and Cutaneous Surgery. All medical students, including UT Health San Antonio students, must submit requests for electives through the Visiting Student Application Service (VSAS).
VSAS Institution Information for UT Health San Antonio may be found online at | Institution Information – Long School of Medicine
About San Antonio
- San Antonio is among the fastest growing cities in the U.S. with characteristics of a small town, but with the amenities of a large city. Celebrating its tricentennial in 2018, the Mission City is bustling with arts and culture reflective of its rich and vibrant Mexican history. Located in the hill country, San Antonio is a growing metropolitan hub with a easy access to the natural beauty of South Texas.