Contact us

If you have any questions, or would like to speak to someone directly about our program, please contact Nseya Kabasele, Program Coordinator, or call (469) 599-0050.

How to apply

Eighteen PGY 1 positions are filled yearly. Residency candidates must submit their application through ERAS. We do not sponsor H1B or accept J1 visas. ERAS# 1204800726 | NRMP# 2244120C0

Training and education

The Family Medicine Residency will prepare you for an exciting and challenging career providing comprehensive primary care to one and all. Experience across specialties and in all settings enables you to meet the needs of your patients in continuity. The program is under the HCA Medical City Healthcare UNT-TCU Graduate Medical Education Consortium which is affiliated with the UNTHSC/TCOM and UNTHSC-TCU medical schools. Under our Consortium model, you will be able to experience an innovative curriculum in diverse practice settings and communities under the Medical City Healthcare system.

This approach allows residents to flourish due to exposure to a large diverse patient population and extensive clinical experience. We are committed to providing you with an excellent and safe clinical learning environment created by our knowledgeable and compassionate faculty.

During the three years of your residency, you will have your own continuity practice in all venues. You will gain expertise in office, hospital, emergency, home and residential settings.  You will experience multidisciplinary training with your colleagues in our General Surgery, OB/Gyn, Emergency Medicine and Internal Medicine Residency programs in the Consortium.

You will choose a committee based on your interests to aid in shaping your leadership skills and help you stay ahead of the curve. You will participate in academic research projects, their presentations and publication. You will be a mentor to medical students and upon your graduation we hope you will consider practicing here with Medical City Healthcare.

Program highlights

Throughout your residency here, we offer:

  • Exceptionally experienced faculty who enjoy teaching and encourage hands-on learning
  • Close working relationships with your peers and faculty to enhance your learning experience and mentor
  • Focus on ABFM (Board) Exam preparation throughout the year, as well as your future endeavors in clinical practice
  • A strong academic program affiliated with the new TCU-UNTHSC medical schools in the Fort Worth area.

You will also have opportunities to train at other facilities in the Consortium. Medical City North Hills and Denton will offer rotations in Behavioral Medicine, Geriatrics, Wound Care/Hyperbaric and other medical subspecialties.

Medical City Children's will provide experience in pediatric inpatient, emergency room and outpatient settings.

Conference Schedule

There are three continuity clinics located at Medical City Arlington, North Hills and Denton. The Arlington Clinic was opened September 2019. The North Hills and Denton clinics will open June 30, 2021 at the start of the second year of the program.

Clinic schedules are: PGY-1 (first year) residents will spend one to two half-days per week; PGY-2 (second year) residents will spend an average of 2 – 3 half-days per week; and PGY-3 (third years) will spend an average of 3-4 half-days per week.

The residents' skills and knowledge will be evaluated using ACGME competency-based evaluation systems including direct observation and 360-evaluations including patient feedback. The program is 36 months in length, consisting of a 12 month per year block schedule.

Working hours are generally 10 to 12 hour shifts depending on rotation and PGY year.

Structured Didactics include:

Weekly: Core lectures, Procedure workshops, Grand Rounds, Balint Groups, Resident Wellness

Monthly: Journal Club, PICO, Clinical Pathology Case Conference, Adult Case Conference, Morbidity/Mortality, Board Review, Schwartz Rounds, Research Resident Roundtables

Curriculum and rotation schedule

­­Our Family Medicine Residency program focuses on evidence-based medicine, cost-efficient healthcare, a variety of procedures, and a culture of teaching coupled with robust scholarly activity.

 Our residency has built-in formal rotations for practice management, advocacy, as well as procedures, which means we not only prepare our residents to be physicians, but also successful leaders who will undoubtedly change the future of medicine while significantly contributing to our community.

Moreover, the ratio of our residents to Attendings while on specialty rotations is essentially 1:1. Our program allows residents exposure to the private practice side during hospital and specialty rotations while also getting the volume and pathology that comes with a continuity clinic housed in a community-based setting.


  • Family Medicine Month
  • Obstetrics/Maternity Care
  • Gynecology
  • Inpatient Medicine
  • Cardiology
  • Ambulatory Pediatrics
  • Newborn/NICU
  • Radiology
  • General Surgery
  • Adult Emergency Medicine


  • Inpatient Medicine
  • Night Float
  • Inpatient Pediatrics
  • Ambulatory Pediatrics
  • Pediatric Emergency Medicine
  • Sports Medicine/Orthopedics
  • ICU
  • Family Medical Practice/Procedures
  • Research
  • Adult Emergency Medicine
  • Medical or Surgical Elective


  • Geriatrics
  • GI
  • Inpatient Medicine 1
  • Sports Medicine/Orthopedics
  • Behavioral Medicine/Addiction Medicine
  • Dermatology
  • Electives
  • Medical Specialties
  • Surgical Specialties

Longitudinal curriculum across the 3 years include:

  • Behavioral Health including outpatient behavioral health, addiction medicine and psychiatry, as well as monthly behavioral medicine didactics, and monthly structured resident support meetings
  • Geriatrics, including longitudinal patient care in long term care facilities and monthly didactics
  • Health Systems Management, including monthly meetings

Salary and stipend*

The salaries for residents and fellows for July 1, 2020 through June 20, 2021 are as follows:

  • PGY 1: $52,934
  • PGY 2: $54,506
  • PGY 3: $56,212
  • PGY 4: $58,282
  • PGY 5: $60,737
  • PGY 6: $62,991
  • PGY 7: $64,921

Residents also receive a stipend of $950 per year for on-call meals. Residents receive 20 days of paid time off which can be used for vacation, personal needs, sick time and holidays.

* These amounts are subject to taxation.

Each program budget includes the following additional benefits:

  • Professional memberships
  • Conference and Travel expense
  • Other Board Prep and Educational Expense


Residents in ACGME accredited programs have many of the same benefits as regular HCA employees. However, there are differences in the retirement plans and the leave policy for residents.

Medical City Arlington provides a comprehensive list of personal benefits. The most current plans and enrollment and renewal information may be found at

Benefits include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • 401k plan
  • Basic health insurance
  • Professional liability insurance
  • Options for dependent health, dental and life insurance
  • (2) personalized lab coats are provided at the beginning of each contract year
  • Annual meal stipend
  • Work phone and laptop at the beginning of your training
  • UWorld Step 3 provided to all PGY1
  • Up to 20 business days (Monday-Friday) of holiday, vacation, professional, sick, or other leave is provided as paid time off (PTO)
  • Dedicated education and research center
  • 8,500 square feet includes computer lab, house staff library, and stocked dining area
  • On-site call room with stocked kitchen, separate male and female sleep rooms by program, private individual showers, 2 computer stations
  • Day care and flexible spending account
  • Complimentary parking
  • ACLS, BLS and PALS renewal