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  • 2020-2021 Sports Medicine Fellows Announced






    The Waco Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship is excited to announce two new fellows beginning training in July.  

    Dr. Joshua Hall is a graduate of University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences College of Medicine and is currently completing residency at AnMed Health Family Medicine Residency in Anderson, SC. Dr. Sarah Langston completed her medical training at the University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth Texas COM and is currently finishing her final year of family medicine training at Methodist Charlton Family Medicine Residency in Dallas, TX.

  • New Chief Residents Selected


    Congratulations to Drs. Jennifer Jehnsen and Steve Liebing who were selected to be the Chief Residents for 2019-20!  And a special thanks to outgoing chiefs Drs. Victoria Colmenero and Rachel Rube for a year of outstanding service.


  • Announcing the Class of 2022

  • Finalist for ACGME Baldwin Award

    We are proud to announce that the WacoFMRP was selected as one of six finalists in the nation for the ACGME's prestigious Baldwin Award.  

    This honor "recognizes institutions with accredited residency/fellowship programs that are exemplary in fostering a respectful, supportive environment for medical education and the delivery of patient care, which leads to the personal and professional development of learners.”

  • 2019 Sports Medicine Fellows Announced

    The Waco Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship is excited to announce two new Fellows beginning training in July.  

    Dr. Laurie Jansky is a graduate of UTMB Galveston and is currently completing her family medicine residency at Texas A&M Scott & White FM Residency.  Dr. Jay Shah completed his medical training at the Western University of Health Sciences / COM of the Pacific and is currently finishing his final year of family medicine training at Pomona Valley FMRP in Pomona Valley, CA.

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A great day in residency.
My morning consisted of performing two colonoscopies. I then walked to OB to deliver a baby (my 17th continuity delivery in less than 2 years). While waiting, I performed a skin to skin c-section with one of our OB attendings. Soon after, I delivered my patient's baby and then drove to clinic to remove a pyogenic granuloma...all before lunch."

Dustin Hawley, MD
Class of 2011