UT Southwestern and Seton  

A partnership between the Seton Healthcare Family and the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center comprises the Graduate Medical Education program at Seton. The relationship between Austin's largest healthcare provider and one of the country's leading medical schools and research institutions continues to expand the current graduate medical education program at Seton and facilitate the development of new specialty education opportunities in the surrounding area.

The Graduate Medical Education (GME) program trains tomorrow's doctors right here in Central Texas. GME combines real world clinical experience with quality and personalized instruction. Medical residents are receiving the skills they need to build successful careers in medicine and make lasting relationships to support their professional careers.

Featured Faculty Member

Sherine Salib, MD

John Uecker, MD

John Uecker, M.D. graduated from UTMB in 1993, and then completed his general surgery internship at Methodist Hospitals of Dallas. He is the newly appointed Program Director for the University of Texas Southwestern-Austin Surgery Residency program.

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Life in Austin

Photo of paddle boarders on an Austin lakeAustin is a fascinating city of quirky residents, cool local attractions, and exciting night life. By day you’ll be hanging out by the public swimming hole Barton Springs enjoying a snow cone while at night you’ll be painting the town red as you visit the world-famous Sixth Street.

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Dell Medical School - Teaching, Healing, Advancing Health

Scheduled to accept its first class of 50 students in 2016, the new Dell Medical School at the University of Texas at Austin intends to offer a unique opportunity in medical education. As part of the campus of one of the nation's leading research universities, it will pursue excellence in healthcare research and in transdisciplinary and interprofessional education. The Dell Medical School will be the fifth medical school in the UT System and the first medical school established in nearly five decades by a member of the Association of American Universities, an organization of leading public and private research universities.