Applications are accepted through ERAS only (except Advanced Preventive Medicine Program). In applying through ERAS applicants interested in the categorical internal medicine or those interested in the Combined Internal Medicine/Preventive Medicine Residency training are to enter their application as an Internal Medicine application. If interested in the Combined Program, select the combined track.
Open Positions for Academic Year 2018-19
- Combined Internal Medicine/Preventive Medicine General Residency Program (4 years) 3 Positions
- Internal Medicine Residency Program Categorical (3 years) 6 Positions
- Internal Medicine Residency Preliminary Year (1 Year) 5 Positions
- Preventive Medicine Residency Program Categorical (3 years) 1 Position
- Preventive Medicine Residency Program Advanced (2 years) 1 Position
We carefully consider the entire application of each candidate to determine those who will be invited for an interview. This includes the applicant’s letters of recommendation, medical school performance, extracurricular/volunteer experiences, scholarly activities, commitment to the specialty, and USMLE scores. Most of our applicants have USMLE Step I and Step II scores of 220 or higher. We prefer recent medical graduates (typically within the last 5 years). However, we have had residents in our program who began residency more than 5 years after graduating from medical school. For International Medical Graduates, US clinical experience is preferred.
We accept International Medical Graduates (IMG) and support any visa which will allow you to legally work as a resident physician, typically J1 or H1. The program does not pay for visa or attorney fees except where mandated by law. Since immigration and visa requirements frequently change, you should contact an immigration attorney to discuss your visa options. It is your responsibility to meet the requirements for the desired visa.
For further information you may contact Margie Bliga, Residency Program Administrator via e-mail at email@example.com