TTIM Ambulatory Clinic
Ambulatory Clinic Manual
- TTIM Odessa/Midland Primary Care Clinic Workflow - Slides
*Courtesy of Dr. Govind Jha, Class of 2022
- TTIM Odessa/Midland Primary Care Clinic Workflow - Step-by-Step Instructions
*Courtesy of Dr. Joshua Ronen, Class of 2021
- Help with Coding and Billing
*Courtesy of Dr. Anton Kosov, Class of 2019
- Ambulatory Clinic Syllabus
*Courtesy of Mrs. Tasha Earl, Program Supervisor
- Using Cerner in Clinic - Instructional Video for Understanding the Basic Elements (TBD)
- NEJM Landmark Trial Repository
*Courtesy of Dr. Joshua Ronen, Class of 2021. *Must be logged into a TTUHSC network, VA network, or your own NEJM full subscription account to access.
- MKSAP 18 Online Login
This project was made possible by the support of Midland Clinic attending physician Dr. Sarah Kiani and the above residents.
The Internal Medicine Residency Program also provides primary continuity-of-care experience in the ambulatory internal medicine clinics, with residents following their own cadre of patients. As part of this effort, the new Odessa VA Clinic has been added to the TTUHSC Midland and Odessa clinics as a resident continuity clinic site. This allows each resident to follow the evolution of disorders typically seen by the internist, to observe the response to therapy, and to understand the unique comprehensive health care needs of ambulatory patients.
Experienced full-time attending faculty supervise ambulatory clinics while providing on-site consultation and patient care discussions. These discussions include not only patient management, but also cost-effective and evidence-based medicine.