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KSTAR/Health For All Family Medicine Reentry Program

Patient Simulation
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KSTAR partnered with Health For All (HFA) in Bryan, Texas to create a six-month, part-time, outpatient, family medicine reentry program. This collaboration provides a hands-on clinical experience for physicians wanting to return to a primarily outpatient, adult medicine practice. Participants also complete a comprehensive review of medicine across core competencies. The advantages of this model of reentry are:

  • Reentry physicians work as part of a health care team which includes nurses, pharmacists, and staff and faculty physicians
  • The educational curriculum is individualized based on intended scope of practice and any needs identified during the assessment process
  • The evaluation process utilizes milestones and multi-source feedback to assess progress through the program
  • Participating physicians have access to other educational experiences (i.e., lectures, presentations, CME courses, and participation in peer review meetings)
  • The Texas Medical Board can issue KSTAR Visiting Physician Temporary Permits (VPTPs) for physicians who do not hold an active Texas medical license
  • Liability coverage has been secured at a reasonable rate for KSTAR participants

The reentry program begins with a two-day KSTAR assessment at the Texas A&M Health Science Center in Bryan/College Station

For more information about Health For All please see their website

For more information on this program, please contact Tracy Adams at or 979-436-0407