Texas Family Medicine
Shaping the future of family medicine
Step out of the classroom and into the exam room
The Texas Family Medicine Preceptorship Program is designed to match first- or second-year students enrolled in a Texas medical school with an experienced and skilled family physician for a two- to four-week period to help them gain real-life experience in a community setting. By participating in our preceptorship program, students will have the unique opportunity to explore what it means to be a family physician.
Medical students — 3 steps to TFMPP preceptorship
- Complete the application by clicking the TFMPP Portal button below.
- Select the region that interests you and upload a picture of your student ID.
- Our coordinator will review your submission and contact you if there are any additional questions.
Potential preceptors — eligibility requirements
- You must be board-certified.
- You must have completed a three-year family medicine residency.
- You cannot have any current board actions against you by the Texas Medical Board.
Questions? Please call Paige Newman at (512) 329-8666 ext. 136 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Information for medical students
Gain an intimate understanding of treating real patients.
This is an opportunity to expand your medical experience and earn some cash this summer! It’s not a commitment to family medicine; it’s a commitment to yourself.
Benefits to TFMPP preceptorship:
- Hands-on clinical experience
- A great addition to your resume
- Interact with patients
- Only a two to-four-week commitment
Learn about Brittany’s preceptorship
Important resources for medical students
- FAQ for medical students about TFMPP
- Medical school contact list
- Evaluation of student form
- Preceptorship guidelines
- Bloodborne pathogens training
- Clinical rotation tips
- How to write a high quality medical note in an EMR
- Medication reconciliation
- Motivational interviewing
Information for potential preceptors
Help shape the future of family medicine in Texas.
When you sign up to be a preceptor, you’ll give future physicians their first real impressions of the joy and fulfillment of family medicine.
Things to know:
- By filling out the application, you put your name on a list as a possible preceptor for two-to-four weeks during the summer each year. We will contact you to ensure the dates the student has selected work with your schedule.
- If you accept a student, you will have access to teachingphysician.org materials, including online CME for one year.
- You can earn up to 60 prescribed credits per three-year cycle for your AAFP membership.
- If you accept a student, you can receive a discount on a TAFP registration.
- We will host two FREE clinical teaching skills workshops each year, each including an ethics credit. These workshops could count toward faculty development requirements.
Meet one of our preceptors, Dr. Bacak