Alumni Association

  • 3rd Annual Medical Education Picnic

    For Alumni, Faculty, House Staff and Students
    September 26, 2020 | Dallas, TX

Continue Our Legacy

Stay connected to Baylor University Medical Center, part of Baylor Scott & White Health, by joining the Medical Education Alumni Association. Membership will help you reconnect and stay in contact with former colleagues and maintain a professional connection to Baylor Dallas throughout your medical career.

Membership Benefits

Your Alumni Association membership grants you access to:

  • Baylor University Medical Center Proceedings subscription
  • Alumni association newsletter
  • Recognition of your professional accomplishments
  • Connecting to current and past resident physicians
  • Continuing Medical Education (CME) opportunities
  • Networking events

2018 Alumni Reunion Picnic

Join us for the annual alumni reunion picnic from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 20. 

Learn more about the alumni reunion picnic

Stay In Touch

Is there an upcoming event, recent achievement, or exciting news you’d like to share? Send updates on everything from marriages and children to career achievements, job changes and retirement.

Please complete and submit the registration form below. Which will be included in the Flame newsletter as well as other possible publication.

If graduated from multiple BUMC programs please list

Awards, Recognition, Scholarly Activity, Personal Highlights

The Flame

The Flame is the official publication of our Alumni Association to provide graduates the latest news, upcoming CME events, interesting features and more.

Read Articles from Our Current Issue

Alumni Spotlight: Mark Fulmer, MD

Baylor University Medical Center, a part of Baylor Scott & White Health, Diagnostic Radiology program graduate Mark Fulmer, MD, (1988) has traveled far and wide to share his expertise and the "good news" with the developing world. He is more excited than ever about where his field his headed.

Baylor Dallas in History: Camelot's Rose

A Baylor Dallas-trained pathologist played a significant, but little-known role in the JFK assassination saga. In fact, had his advice been heeded 55 years ago, questions we still have about the tragedy may never have needed to be asked.

Faculty 5: Thomas Cox, PsyD

The Flame asks Thomas Cox, PsyD, director of Faculty Development and Research Education, five questions about his time teaching at Baylor Dallas, and why physician emotional intelligence and wellbeing is essential to medical education.

Residency and Fellowship Update

The Baylor Dallas Graduate Medical Education program had much to celebrate during the holiday season. There was a lot going on over the summer and into the fall within the various Baylor Dallas Graduate Medical Education programs. Check out some of the most recent highlights from various specialties.

A Life-Changing Mission

Stacy Hinson, MD, graduated from the Baylor Dallas Pathology Residency program in 2012, and followed it with a surgical pathology fellowship at UT Southwestern Medical Center. In late 2017, she went on a medical mission to Kenya, which changed her life.

For more information, email BUMCAlumniAssociation@BSWHealth.org