How to Apply
Applications to our training program are made through ERAS (Electronic Residency Application System). Candidates for residencies are considered during their fourth year of medical school and (rarely) during or after their internship.
International Medical Graduates are rarely considered for selection. Requirements include:
- ECFMG certification
- J-1 Visa
- One year of graduate medical education training in an ACGME approved program
A personal interview is a requirement for admission. After initial selection of applicants, from their applications, we invite candidates to campus for interviews. Our seven positions are filled through the National Residency Matching Program.
There are 28 resident positions (usually 7 per year). The residency is a 4-year program (PGYII -- PGYV). All residents will need to complete a clinical year (PGYI) of ACGME-approved training. This year must be accredited clinical training in Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, Surgery or surgical specialties, Obstetrics & Gynecology, Neurology, Family Practice, Emergency Medicine, or any combination of these. This clinical year will usually be the first post-graduate year. No more than a total of three months may be spent in Radiology, Radiation Oncology, and/or Pathology. All clinical training must be in an ACGME approved program.