Nationally Recognized Residency Program
Training tomorrow’s family physicians to pursue excellence in providing compassionate patient care.
Residency Program History
The Conroe Family Medicine Residency Program was formed in 1979 as the Montgomery County Medical Education Foundation by a group of physicians who were interested in developing and establishing a Family Medicine residency program in Montgomery County. Our first three residents graduated in June 1985.
Affiliated with the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston from 1983-1994 and with the University of Texas Medical Branch from 1994-2000, the program is now sponsored by Conroe Medical Education Foundation and is fully accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education. The program has been very successful. It was reviewed by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education in 2017 and awarded the status of continued full accreditation. This, along with our strong pass rate on the Board Certification Examination offered by the American Board of Family Medicine, is an outstanding statement about the quality of training our residents receive.
Residency Program Mission
Conroe Family Medicine Residency Program is dedicated to teaching the full spectrum of family medicine and procedural skills. We strive to provide an education which our graduates have said makes them feel confident when they start practice. We strive to provide high quality, high tech and compassionate care, while providing health access to the underserved and community at large. Our educational mission is:
- To train family physicians who will pursue excellence in providing compassionate patient care;
- To train well-qualified family physicians, thus increasing the supply of practitioners available to meet the health care needs in Texas and the United States in urban, suburban and rural locations, including successfully caring for the underserved;
- To provide the medical student with role models so as to encourage interest in family medicine;
- To stimulate intellectual pursuit and research by faculty, residents and family physicians in practice;
- To provide continuing medical education for the graduates of this program and other physicians in private practice.