Commencement for Residents and Fellows
WHAT: The Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center at the Permian Basin will host a commencement ceremony for 26 residents and fellows who have completed medical training.
WHEN: 6 p.m., Friday (June 6)
WHERE: The Petroleum Museum, 1500 Interstate 20 West, Midland
EVENT: TTUHSC at the Permian Basin will award certificates to medical residents who completed training in internal medicine, family medicine and obstetrics and gynecology. Certificates also will be awarded to fellows from the geriatric and hospitalist fellowship programs. Those graduating will join practices throughout the country. Six residents will continue to serve the Permian Basin by joining practices in Midland and Odessa.
The TTUHSC at the Permian Basin was established in 1979 and began operations in the
basement of Medical Center Hospital. The school is part of a seven campus regional
system that serves the greater Permian Basin. The School of Medicine provides residency
and fellowship training in the Permian Basin. Third- and fourth-year medical students
are located on the Permian Basin campus as well.
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