I receive many calls from physicians seeking licensure in Texas who have encountered issues with their clinical clerkships during the process with Texas Medical Board staff. The Texas Medical Board reviews the clinical clerkships of International Medical School graduates who performed those clerkships in the United States during the last two years of medical school. The review process is detailed and very specific and those IMG’s that are not board certified by a member of the American Board of Medical Specialties or the Osteopathic Bureau of Specialists may find themselves between a rock and a hard place in regard to eligibility. Sometimes G&M can straighten it all out and sometimes we cannot but we can certainly help you evaluate your education. Denise Meyer was on the ground floor at the Texas Medical Board when the board’s rules were written that eventually became Texas law. The process of reviewing clerkships can be confusing but we can help you understand why Texas still takes a hard look at medical education. Give us a call at 888-400-1580.