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101 University of Alabama School of Medicine AL
102 Albany Medical College NY
103 University of Arkansas College of Medicine AR
104 Baylor College of Medicine TX
105 Boston University School of Medicine MA
106 Wake Forest University School of Medicine NC
107 SUNY at Buffalo Medical School NY
108 University of California San Francisco CA
109 David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA CA
110 Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Sciences IL
111 University of Chicago - Pritzker IL
112 University of Cincinnati College of Medicine OH
113 University of Colorado School of Medicine CO
114 Columbia University College of P & S NY
115 Weill Medical College of Cornell University NY
116 Creighton University School of Medicine NE
117 University of Florida FL
118 Dartmouth Medical School NH
119 Duke University School of Medicine NC
120 Albert Einstein College of Medicine NY
121 Emory University School of Medicine GA
122 Georgetown University School of Medicine DC
123 George Washington University Sch of Med & Hlth Sci DC
124 The Medical College of Georgia GA
126 Harvard Medical School MA
127 Howard University DC
128 University of Illinois at Chicago-College of Medicine IL
129 Indiana University School of Medicine IN
130 University of California, Irvine- College of Medicine CA
131 University of Iowa, Carver College of Medicine IA
132 Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University PA
133 Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine MD
134 University of Kansas KS
135 University of Kentucky College of Medicine KY
136 State University of New York Downstate Medical Center NY
137 LSU School of Medicine in New Orleans LA
138 University of Louisville School of Medicine KY
139 Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine IL
140 The University of Miami School of Medicine FL
141 Medical College of Wisconsin WI
142 University of Maryland School of Medicine MD
143 Loma Linda University School of Medicine CAMedical Schools by School Code
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School Code School Name STATE
144 Meharry Medical College TN
145 University of Michigan Medical School MI
146 University of Minnesota Medical School-Minneapolis MN
147 University of Mississippi School of Medicine MS
148 University of Missouri-Columbia School of Medicine MO
149 University of Nebraska College of Medicine NE
150 The University of New Mexico Health Sciences Cente NM
151 New York Medical College NY
152 New York University NY
153 University of North Carolina School of Medicine NC
154 Uni. of North Dakota Sch. of Med. & Hlth. Sci. ND
155 Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine IL
156 The Ohio State Univ. Coll. of Med. OH
157 The University of Oklahoma OK
158 Oregon Health and Science University OR
159 University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine PA
160 University of Texas Medical School at San Antonio TX
161 University of Puerto Rico School of Medicine PR
162 University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine PA
163 University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry NY
164 Saint Louis University School of Medicine MO
165 Medical University of South Carolina SC
166 Sanford School of Medicine of the University of South Dakota SD
167 Keck Sch. of Med.University of Southern California CA
168 UT Southwestern TX
169 Stanford University School of Medicine CA
170 UMDNJ-New Jersey Medical School NJ
171 SUNY Upstate Medical University NY
172 Temple University School of Medicine PA
173 University of TN Health Science Cntr Coll. of Med. TN
174 University of Texas Medical Branch TX
175 Tufts University School of Medicine MA
176 Tulane University School of Medicine LA
177 University of Utah School of Medicine UT
178 Vanderbilt University School of Medicine TN
179 The University of Vermont College of Medicine VT
180 UMDNJ- Robert Wood Johnson Medical School NJ
181 University of Virginia School of Medicine VA
182 Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicin VA
183 University of Washington School of Medicine WA
184 Washington University School of Medicine MO
185 Wayne State University School of Medicine MIMedical Schools by School Code
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School Code School Name STATE
186 Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine OH
187 West Virginia University School of Medicine WV
188 University of Wisconsin Medical School WI
190 University of Connecticut School of Medicine CT
191 Yale University School of Medicine CT
192 Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University RI
193 The University of Arizona College of Medicine AZ
194 University of California San Diego CA
195 University of Massachusetts Medical School MA
196 Michigan State University MI
197 University of Hawaii John A. Burns Sch. of Med. HI
198 Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine PA
801 Mount Sinai School of Medicine NY
802 University of California, Davis School of Medicine CA
803 The University of Toledo College of Medicine OH
804 LSU School of Medicine-Shreveport LA
805 Stony Brook University - School of Medicine NY
806 USF Health Morsani College of Medicine FL
807 University of Nevada School of Medicine NV
808 University of Missouri - Kansas City MO
809 University of Texas Medical School at Houston TX
810 Southern Illinois School of Medicine IL
811 Florida State University FL
812 Rush Medical College IL
813 The Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina Univ NC
814 Texas Tech Univ. Hlth. Sci. Ctr. Sch. of Medicine TX
816 University of South Alabama College of Medicine AL
817 Mayo Medical School MN
818 Eastern Virginia Medical School VA
819 Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine OH
820 University of South Carolina School of Medicine SC
821 Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences MD
822 Univ of Calif - Berkeley/SF CA
823 Texas A&M Uni. System HSC Col. of Medicine TX
824 Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine OH
825 Morehouse School of Medicine GA
826 East TN State U., James H. Quillen Coll. of Med. TN
828 Marshall Univ Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine WV
829 Ponce School of Medicine PR
830 Universidad Central Del Caribe PR
831 UCLA/Drew Medical Education Program CA
832 Mercer University School of Medicine GAMedical Schools by School Code
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School Code School Name STATE
833 Drexel University College of Medicine PA
835 San Juan Bautista School of Medicine PR
836 University of Central Florida COM FL
837 Florida International University COM FL
839
Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, Paul L. Foster
School of Medicine TX
841 UCLA PRIME CA
842 Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine VA
844 University of Oakland School of Medicine MI
845 Hofstra University School of Medicine NY
846 The Commonwealth Medical College PA
847 Central Michigan University School of Medicine MI
848 Cooper Medical School of Rowan University NJ
849 UC Riverside School of Medicine CA
850 University of South Carolina School of Medicine (Greenville) SC
851 University of Arizona College of Medicine-Phoenix AZ
852 Western Michigan University School of Medicine MI
854
Florida Atlantic University Charles E. Schmidt College of
Medicine FL
855
The Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine at Quinnipiac
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Only applicants who meet one of the following criteria may be accepted for residency training in accredited programs sponsored by UAB University Hospital:
Graduates of medical schools in the United States and Canada accredited by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME).
Graduates of colleges of osteopathic medicine in the United States and Canada accredited by the American Osteopathic Association (AOA).
Graduates of medical schools outside the United States and Canada (foreign medical graduate, FMG) must possess a currently valid certificate from the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG), or, have a full unrestricted license to practice medicine in a US licensing jurisdiction in which they are training.
Graduates of medical schools outside the United States, who have completed a Fifth Pathway program provided by an LCME-accredited medical school.

United States Medical Licensing Examinations (USMLE)
USMLE Step 2: All residents with M.D. degrees, regardless of postgraduate year, must possess a passing score for both Clinical Skills and Knowledge parts of Step 2 by completion of the third month after entering residency training at UAB.
USMLE Step 3: All residents with M.D. degrees must possess a passing score for the USMLE Step 3 by completion of the sixth month of postgraduate year two.


Alabama Medical License
All residents (graduates of American and international medical schools) must apply for and obtain an unrestricted Alabama license to practice medicine when they meet the minimum postgraduate training requirements stipulated by the Alabama Board of Medical Examiners. In addition, residents who are graduates of international medical schools must apply for and obtain a limited Alabama license no later than 18 months from the start of postgraduate training (PGY 1) and this limited license must be maintained until an unrestricted Alabama license is obtained, or they complete the program, whichever occurs first. Information on obtaining an Alabama license is found at: http://www.albme.org/.

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Albany Medical Center

Graduate Medical Education
Albany Medical Center
43 New Scotland Avenue, MC-50
Albany, NY 12208

518-262-3593
518-262-6014 (fax)

GME@mail.amc.edu

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43 New Scotland Avenue, MC - 17
Albany, NY 12208
518-262-5377

Michael Sandison, MD
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Regina Miner, BA
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Department Of Anesthesiology
43 New Scotland Avenue, MC-131
Albany, NY 12208
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University of Arkansas College of Medicine

Contact Us

General Questions, Information Requests and Numbers Not Listed

UAMS Operator: 501-686-7000

UAMS Medical Center

Appointments: 501-686-8000
International patients: 501-686-8071 or e-mail specialservices@uams.edu.
Patient Registration (Inpatient and Outpatient): 501-686-6236
Patient Rooms: For patient information or rooms numbers please visit the UAMS Medical Center web site, UAMShealth.com

E-mail: UAMS wants to hear from you. You may contact us using the telephone numbers provided above. In addition, please use the email address to submit comments. Comments@UAMS.edu

Colleges

College of Medicine: 501-296-1100
College of Pharmacy: 501-686-5558
College of Nursing: 501-686-5374
College of Health Professions: 501-686-5730
College of Public Health: 501-526-6700
Graduate School: 501-686-5454

News Media

For media inquiries during business hours (8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Central time, Monday through Friday), call the Communications office at (501) 686-8998. After normal business hours, a Communications staff person can be reached by pager at (501) 395-5989.

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Baylor College of Medicine

We have spent years developing a program which feels like a home away from home for the residents and are extremely proud of our family environment, where teamwork is of the highest importance. Our educational leadership team recognizes how challenging residency can be. As such, we are supportive and always willing to go that extra step to make your residency a challenging and rewarding experience. We believe that all programs have areas that they can improve on and we use this philosophy as our guiding principle for all program development efforts.

Once you are a resident of our program, we are fully committed to provide you with the highest level of training possible. Our expectations of you are high, as we want you to excel and recognize your full potential. At the end of your residency with us, you will graduate as a confident specialist who will be proud to represent the Baylor College of Medicine Anesthesiology Department.

Please take the time to browse through our residency pages by clicking on the links below or using the navigation bar at the top of the page. We would be delighted to answer any questions about our program, so please contact Dr. Mark Harbott, program director, at mharbott@bcm.edu or our administrative staff at resoffice@bcm.edu with your questions.

Program Overview

Position Types

The program currently offers positions in the following categories:

Categorical: Internship plus three years of anesthesiology in a consolidated 4-year program.
Advanced: Three years of anesthesiology at Baylor after successful completion of an internship in another program. Advanced slots and internships are attained in the SAME match year.
Physician Only: This category is for residents who matched in another GME program in a previous Match (anesthesiology or other) to begin training in our anesthesiology program at the CA-1 (PGY-2 level).

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Program Number: 0404831150
Program Director: Mark Harbott, M.D.
Program Coordinator: Frances Coe

Phone: (713) 798-5117
Fax: (713) 798-6374
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Boston University School of Medicine

Application Process

We fully participate in the ERAS application process. We do not require any additional essays or recommendation letters outside of the ERAS process.

Applications to the Boston University Internal Medicine Residency Program for a first year position (internship) will only be accepted through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) administered by the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC).

If you are graduating or have graduated from a U.S. Medical School, you must contact your medical school’s student affairs office or other designated dean’s office. Your dean’s office will provide you with the information and the software for ERAS. The ERAS Web Site can be located at http://www.aamc.org/.
If you are a Canadian Medical Student, please contact the Canadian Resident Matching Service, 151 Slater Street, Suite 802, Ottawa, Ontario, K1P-5H3 Canada, or call (613) 237-0075 for ERAS processing information.
If you are a graduate of a foreign medical school interested in applying to this program you must contact the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG) for application materials and eligibility requirement. Write to : ECFMG-ERAS Program, P.O. box 13467, Philadelphia, PA 19104-3467, U.S.A., or point your Web browser to: http://www.ecfmg.org/eras/index.html.
ERAS Program NRMP:

Boston University Internal Medicine Residency Program:

We have programs in Categorical Internal Medicine Residency Program, Primary Care Internal Medicine Residency Program, and a Preliminary Internal Medicine Residency Program. The application deadline is December 1.

Requirements:

ERAS Common Application Form
Curriculum Vitae
Dean’s Letter
A minimum of three (3) Letters of Recommendation
Personal Statement
Photograph (optional but preferred to track applicants after interviews)
Official Medical School Transcripts.
Graduates of medical schools in the US and Canada must have attended a medical school accredited by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME).
Graduates of colleges of osteopathic medicine in the US must have attended a medical school accredited by the American Osteopathic Association (AOA).
USMLE Transcripts or Complex Transcripts from Osteopathic Medical School Graduates.


Foreign Medical School Graduate Requirements:

All of the above listed under “Requirements.”
Documentation of successful completion of an Internal Medicine clerkship and/or subinternship of at least eight weeks’ duration at an ACGME accredited U.S., Puerto Rican, or Canadian medical school. This training must have involved direct patient care responsibilities for at least 2 months. The BUMC Department of Internal Medicine can not arrange for these experiences at the Boston University School of Medicine. These clinical experiences must be completed by November 30th. Documentation must include the date and location of the clerkship and/or subinternship training experience. This letter must be submitted electronically via the ERAS post office.
OR
Documentation of successful completion of residency training at an ACGME accredited U.S. program at a U.S. teaching hospital. This training must have involved direct patient care responsibilities for at least 2 months. Observership status or consultation rotations do not meet this requirement. Documentation must include the date and location of the residency training experience. This letter must be submitted electronically via the ERAS post office.
You must be eligible for a J-1 Visa sponsored by the ECFMG. Exchange visitors coming in under the “J” program for graduate medical education or training must meet certain special requirements. They include having passed the Foreign Medical Graduate Examination in Medical Sciences, demonstrating competency in English, being automatically subject to the two-year foreign resident requirement (later), and being subject to time limits on duration of their program. They must also be able to show proof of eligibility to work by providing valid work authorization papers (copy of DS-2019 and Passport with I-94 card attached) on or before the first day of orientation or work. All exchange “J” visitors must be certified by ECFMG. We require both CSA and English language proficiency examination dates must be valid at the time of the first day of work. Participants in the “J” exchange visitor program must have sufficient funds to cover all expenses.
H1B visas are extremely limited and only considered in rare cases.
Graduates of medical school outside the US and Canada must meet one of the following:
Have received a current valid ECFMG Certificate and passed the CSA examination from the Educational Commission for Foreign medical Gradates
Have a full and unrestricted license to practice medicine in a US licensing jurisdiction.
Completed a Fifth Pathway Program provided by an LCME–accredited medical school.
Interview and Selection Procedure:

Interviews take place in November through January.
Applications must be completed by December 1 to be considered for review by the Selection Committee.
Applications will be reviewed by Selection Committee Faculty once all the requirements listed above have been received by the residency program through ERAS.
Interviews are by email invitation only. Invitations to interview are sent through the ERAS post office by email to the applicant’s email address as indicated on the ERAS application.
Applicants who have not met our requirements will be notified by email through the ERAS post office email system.
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Wake Forest University School of Medicine

What does your program look for in a resident candidate?
We look for medical students with a strong passion for a career in anesthesiology. It is a very dynamic field with broad opportunity requiring aptitude, acumen, an array of skill sets, composure, intelligence, dexterity, multitasking, problem solving and prioritizing to name a few. Some indicators of clinical competency are reflected in medical school transcripts, USMLE scores and letters of recommendation. We value a wide variety of interests; global health initiatives, leadership experiences, volunteerism, exposure to research and desire for subspecialty training. All applications are individually reviewed by our Program Director and Associate Program Director.

Is anesthesiology a competitive field?
Yes, there are more people interested in the field than there are training spots available. Wake Forest is a competitive anesthesiology program that strives to ensure every graduate has the technical prowess and clinical judgment to be an outstanding consultant anesthesiologist.

How are applications submitted?
We only accept applications through ERAS (Electronic Residency Application Service). A majority of our applications are received in September. We interview candidates from October-January.

What is your application deadline?
Our application deadline is December 1.

Is the USMLE Step 2 required for applying to residency?
We recommend that a USMLE step 2 score be submitted with your application. The USMLE Step 2 examination helps us gauge how well you will be able to perform clinically and your success on the Anesthesiology In-Training and written examinations.

How many residents do you accept through the match?
All of our positions are filled through the match. For academic year 2014-2015, we will offer 14 categorical positions. A categorical year is comprised of an intern year, which we oversee, followed by three years in anesthesiology residency training.

Do you accept applications from Osteopathic candidates?
We have several residents and faculty that have graduated from osteopathic medical schools. When evaluating applications we review all of the merits of the applicant. We accept COMLEX scores, but it is beneficial to have a USMLE Step 1 and Step 2 submitted with your application.

Is your Internship dual AOA/ACGME Internship Accreditation (D.O. Candidates only)?
Our Internship year meets all the requirements of the AOA (American Osteopathic Association). After successful completion of your Intern year, we are able to assist D.O. candidates in applying for Resolution 42. All of our D.O. candidates have received retrospective approval for their internship from the AOA.

Do you accept Foreign Medical graduates (FMG’s) into your anesthesiology residency? What visas do you sponsor?
We accept foreign medical graduates into our program. We look for well qualified candidates and prefer applicants that have had U.S. clinical experience within the application year. If you need work authorization, our institution accepts J-1 Visas, Employment Authorization Documentation (EAD) and green cards.

What is considered a complete application packet?
An application packet is deemed whole when it contains a completed ERAS application, Dean’s Letter, 3 Letters of Recommendation, Personal Statement, USMLE Step 1 and Step 2, Medical School transcripts and a photograph.

What rotations are included in your internship year (Categorical Candidates)?
Our internship is specifically designed to optimize preparation for anesthesiology.
Rotations include; ENT, emergency medicine, neurology, chronic pain medicine, pediatrics, internal medicine, arrhythmia consult, pulmonary consult, vascular surgery, anesthesiology and blood bank.

What is a preliminary year?
A prelim year is an intern year completed within the Internal Medicine or Surgery Departments or a Transitional Internship. Most candidates will apply separately for a preliminary internship year and an advanced anesthesiology residency program. Some candidates need this option for geographical, military or family reasons.

What are the medical facilities like?
Our Medical Center is an 880 bed quaternary care center and Level 1 adult and Level 1 pediatric trauma
Center. We have 40 state of the art operating suites, a dedicated Chronic Pain Institute and numerous specialty specific Critical Care Units.

Do you offer high-fidelity simulation during training?
We have a dedicated Simulation Center, which is used by the American Board of Anesthesiology for maintenance of certification (MOCA). It is also used throughout residency for initial Orientation, Boot Camp Training, and scenarios to practice crisis management. We have embedded weekly simulation sessions built into our resident didactics.

What do you do to prepare residents for board certification?
Our residents participate in the following educational opportunities to enhance their preparedness for the boards.

New Resident Orientation Lecture Series: This lecture series is dedicated to helping new anesthesiology trainees learn the basics of anesthesiology and start assimilating these concepts into their clinical practice. The lectures series, presented by our faculty, runs for 5 weeks in July and August.
Basic Examination: Our CA-1 lecture series is geared towards the basic science examination and we will have an additional review specifically for the new Basic Examination in July.
Advanced Examination: After participating in the first year lectures series the CA-2 and CA-3 residents will learn more advanced topics taught at a senior level.
In Training: We have dedicated the month of February to focus on the In Training board review. Our resident lecture series and complex cases in the operating room synergistically prepare our residents for the Applied Examination.
Oral Board Examinations: Several of our anesthesiology faculty are American Board of Anesthesiology oral board examiners. Our residents participate in biannual mock oral examinations that closely simulate the actual examination. As more information is released on the new applied examination we will incorporate this into our mock oral board experience.
Embedded Simulation: Every week we have embedded simulation.

Do you offer electives during the final year of residency training?
We offer a minimum of 7 electives in a flexible CA‐3 year with many unique opportunities ranging from global health experiences, teaching in the simulation center, research, merit badge, out of the OR “safari” experience, advanced ambulatory surgery, ”boardrunner,” echocardiography and additional subspecialty rotations of your choice.

Do you offer a research track?
We do offer up to 6 months of research experience in your final year of residency. Our Resident Research Committee is available to provide guidance and assistance to those residents interested in this additional research experience.

Where do residents go after training?
Our graduates are competent to work in a vast array of practices. It is our mission to prepare residents to work in all practice settings, in any location. Our graduates transition comfortably into private practice, fellowship training and academic medicine. We have Wake Forest Alumni in nearly 40 states across the US.

Do you offer any fellowship experiences?
We offer ACGME accredited fellowships in Chronic Pain Management,
Cardiothoracic Anesthesia and Obstetrical Anesthesiology. We offer non- ACGME fellowships in Regional Anesthesiology.
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SUNY at Buffalo Medical School

Application Process
Our application process is designed to:
Answer all of your questions about our training program
Learn about you and your credentials
Determine your specific interests and “fit” in our program
Introduce to you several of our faculty members
Provide the occasion to visit with our Chairman and Vice-Chairman
Have candid questions answered by current anesthesiology residents
See and taste Buffalo!
Following an initial screening of the ERAS application and based on minimum requirements for acceptance into the program, applicants for residency are invited for interviews. The Resident Selection Committee conducts interviews from about 8:00 am until 1:00 pm on four Saturdays during the fall and winter months. Between 20 and 30 applicants are interviewed at each session by up to four faculty members.

Applicants are our guests for dinner on the Friday night preceding the interview session; current residents are on hand at the dinner for an informal discussion of the program.

There are a few applicants who cannot come to UB during the scheduled interview time. For these candidates, it may be possible to set up special interviews during the week. These candidates are then referred to the selection committee at their next committee meeting.

To request an application, either use the ERAS system, send us an e-mail, or write to us at:

Department of Anesthesiology
University at Buffalo
State University of New York
252 Farber Hall
3435 Main Street
Buffalo, NY 14214
sas16@buffalo.edu

If you have individual or personal questions to ask, please call:
Sheila Marszalek in the Department of Anesthesiology, (716) 829-6104.
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Application Process
For your convenience, there is a uniform, "one stop" application process through ERAS. You will be able to access all 3 of our match numbers via the UCSF Medicine Residency Program page. Applicants interested in training leading to board certification in internal medicine should apply to the Categorical, UCSF Primary Care, and/or SFGH Primary Care Tracks. Depending upon your particular interests, you are welcome to apply to and be considered by any or all of these tracks. Please note that the 2 primary care options are particularly well suited for individuals who have already decided upon, or are strongly considering, a generalist focus for their training and career. If you are interested in PRIME or Molecular Medicine, these pathways follow entry into the Categorical Track.

Please plan on spending 1-2 days in San Francisco for your introduction to the program and your interviews. A core interview day will provide an overview of the program. Categorical interviews will be held on this first day as will the SFGH Primary Care orientation/interviews (as applicable). The orientation/interviews for the UCSF Primary Care and Molecular Medicine tracks will be held on the second day. Once you are invited for a visit, we would like to make your time at UCSF as productive as possible. If there are specific faculty members you would like to meet or programs about which you would like to learn more, please let us know and we will do everything possible to accommodate your requests. We look forward to meeting you and having you see the most exciting, dynamic training program in the country!

Categorical Track (NRMP code: 1062140C0)
UCSF Primary Care Track (NRMP Code: 1062140M0)
San Francisco General Primary Care Track (NRMP Code: 1062140M1)

Minimum USMLE Score Requirements

International Medical Graduates (IMGs) may be at a disadvantage in competing for residencies in the U.S., partly because of large variation in the formal training and clinical experiences offered by foreign medical schools, when compared to the relatively uniform curriculum and clinical requirements offered by U.S. medical schools. Our residency program is concerned with any International Medical Graduate's educational, clinical, and cultural preparedness for the American medical system, so as to lead to successful completion of our program. Although we have no minimum USMLE score requirements, strong scores (>230) would help document an applicant's educational readiness for our program, and strengthen an application. Please note, UCSF now requires applicants to have passed both the clinical knowledge and clinical skills sections of Step 2 (on the first attempt)by February 15th in order to be ranked by our program.

Prior U.S. Clinical Experience

Since clinical and cultural preparedness are also keys to success here, prior clinical experience in the United States is helpful. Letters of recommendation from these experiences will further strengthen an IMG applicant's documentation of overall readiness to begin residency training in the U.S.

Visas

The Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG) will sponsor a J-1 visa for candidates. Please refer to their website at: http://www.ecfmg.org. Our program, on a limited basis sponsors H1B visas.

Other Policies Regarding IMGs

We have no additional policies regarding the selection of IMGs for our residency training program. Once minimum application requirements have been met, we consider every applicant's merits and weigh them accordingly.

Before you may apply to our clinical training program, however, it will be necessary for you to accomplish the following:

Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG)

You must hold a current, valid certificate from the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG). This is mandatory for appointment at this institution as well as for medical licensure in the State of California. You will need to contact the ECFMG directly and arrange to take the United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE). After you pass the examination, including the English test, you will be issued an ECFMG certificate.

If you are not a citizen of the United States and do not hold Permanent Resident status, you will be required to secure the ECFMG-J1 or an H1B visa to enter this institution for medical training.

The following is the address of the ECFMG:

Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates
3624 Market Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104-2685
U.S.A.
Telephone: 215-386-5900
Web Address: http://www.ecfmg.org

"Applicant Evaluation Status Letter" from the California Medical Board

After you receive your ECFMG certificate, and prior to applying for training at UCSF, you must contact the California Medical Board (CMB). The CMB will require that you complete their application form and submit various documents and records along with a processing fee. Upon the successful review of your application credentials, education, and USMLE scores, the CMB will issue an "Applicant Evaluation Status Letter." This letter enables you to make application for training at UCSF. A copy of this letter should be submitted with your UCSF application.

The following is the address of the California Medical Board:

The Medical Board of California
2005 Evergreen Street, Suite 1200
Sacramento, CA 95815
USA
(916) 263-2382
California Toll-Free line: (800) 633-2322
http://www.medbd.ca.gov

National Resident Matching Program (NRMP)

If you are applying for a first-year residency position filled through the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP), it will be necessary for you to register with that organization. The following is the address of the NRMP:

National Resident Matching Program
2121 K St, NW
Suite 1000
Washington, D.C. 20037
USA
(202) 400-2233 or 1-866-653-6767
http://www.nrmp.org

Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS)

To apply for an Internal Medicine residency position, you must apply through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS). Contact the ECFMG for application information by sending an inquiry to ERAS, ECFMG, 3624 Market St. Philadelphia, PA 19104-2685. Students and graduates of Canadian schools should contact the Canadian Residency Matching Service (CaRMS). Contact CaRMS at 171 Nepean Street, Suite 300, Ottawa, Ontario K2P-0B4 Canada or call (613) 237-0075 for ERAS processing information and materials.

Applications submitted through ERAS must include the following:

ERAS Application
USMLE Transcript
Medical School Dean's Letter
Medical School Transcript
Letters of Recommendation (at least 3)*
ECFMG Status Report
"Applicant Evaluation Status Letter" from California Medical Board
*Please submit a letter from the head of the Department of Medicine (or designee) and at least two additional letters from the faculty, one of which must be from a member of the Department of Medicine.

As the above procedures are lengthy, you should organize your activities to accommodate the dates and time requirements.

PLEASE NOTE: The basic components of your application (the common application form, transcript and Dean's Letter) MUST BE RECEIVED by us by November 15th.

The Department of Medicine, following review of all completed applications, will request interviews of selected candidates. Interviews will be scheduled only AFTER our selection committee reviews applications. We will send interview invitations to you by email, so be sure to indicate your preferred and accurate email address on your ERAS application.

Relevant Addresses and Telephone Numbers

The Medical Board of California
2005 Evergreen Street, Suite 1200
Sacramento, CA 95815
(916) 263-2382
California Toll-Free line: (800) 633-2322
http://www.medbd.ca.gov

National Resident Match Program
2121 K St., NW , Suite 1000
Washington, DC 20037
(202) 400-2233 or 1-866-653-6767
http://www.nrmp.org

Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates
3624 Market Street, 4th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19104-2685
(215) 823-2274
http://www.ecfmg.org

Electronic Residency Application Service
http://www.aamc.org/eras
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David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA

https://dgsom.healthsciences.ucla.edu/education/

Anesthesiology Residency Program Overview

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Residency training at the UCLA Department of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine consists of four years of intense and rewarding clinical, academic, and personal growth based in the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center (RRUMC). RRUMC is one of the most technologically sophisticated hospitals in the world and has been voted the # 5 hospital in the country and #1 hospital in the West for 24 consecutive years by the U.S. News & World Report. Mattel Children's Hospital at UCLA is also among the top pediatric medical centers in the United States according to the U.S. News & World Report 2013-2014 survey of "America's Best Children's Hospitals."

Our residents enjoy a diversity of patient populations and challenging cases that are unsurpassed for anesthesiology training, from pediatric liver and heart transplants performed as early as the CA1 year at RRUMC to ambulatory orthopedic surgeries in our fast-paced Surgery Center. Our program currently boasts 88 residents with 22 per class in each of the four years. Training begins in the PGY1 year during our tailored Clinical Base Year that includes a month of Anesthesiology at RRUMC in addition to significant experience in preoperative evaluation, critical care, and internal medicine. At UCLA, we provide a comprehensive exposure to a variety of hospital settings with additional training in cardiothoracic, pediatric, obstetric, and regional anesthesiology at several affiliated sites in the local area.

Our residents successfully apply to the most competitive fellowship programs in the country. Recent graduates have pursued fellowship training in Cardiothoracic Anesthesiology, Critical Care Medicine, Obstetric Anesthesiology, Pediatric Anesthesiology, and Pain Medicine.

UCLA Residents
Education is emphasized not only from a clinical perspective, but also with significant didactics including simulator experiences, all during protected time. Residents receive up to $1500 per year of Education Funds (maximum of $4,000 over 4 years), have 5 days of Conference Time available annually, as well as 4 full weeks of vacation annually, the maximum allowed by the ACGME, in addition to most major holidays.

Our residency program emphasizes leadership in the perioperative care of patients and is committed to instilling an appreciation for lifelong learning. Education is a top priority, as evidenced by the membership of the Education Steering Committee (ESC), which includes Department Chair, Dr. Aman Mahajan, Residency Program Director, Dr. Judi Turner, Associate Residency Program Director, Dr. Jack Buckley, in addition to faculty members involved in medical student teaching and fellowship programs as well as our two Chief Residents and representatives from each of the PGY1-PGY3 classes. The ESC meets monthly and leadership faculty actively seek resident input for program development and improvement throughout the year. In addition, an extensive program review with Residency Program faculty and the residents occurs annually at the resident retreat.

We take great pride in our Residency Training Program and hope that you will take a few minutes to visit the rest of our Departmental Website to learn more.


Residency Program Application

The UCLA Department of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine Residency Program accepts applicants through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) only. Positions will be matched utilizing the NRMP.

The following are the required supporting application materials to the ERAS Common Application Form:

USMLE Transcript (scores)
Medical School Transcripts
Photograph (will only be viewed if selected to interview)
Curriculum Vitae
Personal Statement
Letters of Recommendation (3 minimum, at least 1 from anesthesiology)
Dean’s Letter / MSPE
More Information

Information regarding UCLA resident salaries & benefits, policies, resources, and a copy of the contract can be found here
To learn more regarding ERAS, please view http://www.aamc.org/start.htm
To participate in the NRMP matching, you should register at http://www.nrmp.org/
We look forward to reviewing your completed application and sincerely appreciate your interest in the UCLA Department of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine Residency Program.

For additional information regarding the application process and the UCLA Department of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine Residency Program please contact:


Wayne Hasby, Lucy Mendez or Lucine Torosian
UCLA Department of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine
Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center
757 Westwood Plaza, Suite 3304
Los Angeles, CA 90095-7403
Tel: (310) 267-8653
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David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA

Residency Program Application

The UCLA Department of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine Residency Program accepts applicants through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) only. Positions will be matched utilizing the NRMP.

The following are the required supporting application materials to the ERAS Common Application Form:

USMLE Transcript (scores)
Medical School Transcripts
Photograph (will only be viewed if selected to interview)
Curriculum Vitae
Personal Statement
Letters of Recommendation (3 minimum, at least 1 from anesthesiology)
Dean’s Letter / MSPE

More Information

Information regarding UCLA resident salaries & benefits, policies, resources, and a copy of the contract can be found here
To learn more regarding ERAS, please view http://www.aamc.org/start.htm
To participate in the NRMP matching, you should register at http://www.nrmp.org/
We look forward to reviewing your completed application and sincerely appreciate your interest in the UCLA Department of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine Residency Program.

For additional information regarding the application process and the UCLA Department of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine Residency Program please contact:


Wayne Hasby, Lucy Mendez or Lucine Torosian
UCLA Department of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine
Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center
757 Westwood Plaza, Suite 3304
Los Angeles, CA 90095-7403
Tel: (310) 267-8653
whasby@mednet.ucla.edu
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Romania David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA

David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA

By the Numbers:

Over 1,000 Residents
76 ACGME accredited programs

International Medical Graduates

The Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG) assesses the readiness of IMGs to enter US residency or fellowship programs that are accredited by the ACGME. ECFMG certification is one of the eligibility requirements to take Step 3 of the USMLE, as well as to obtain a license to practice medicine in the U.S. Applicants wishing to be certified by ECFMG must meet medical education credential requirements and examination requirements, including USMLE Steps 1 and 2 (CS and CK).

Only the clinical J-1 visa sponsored by ECFMG is acceptable when applying to an ACGME accredited training program at UCLA.

Download a Recruitment Form

For More Information:

ECFMG Certification & J-1 Visa Sponsorship
Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates
3624 Market Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
(215) 386-5900
www.ecfmg.org

USMLE
3750 Market Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104-3190
Telephone: (215) 590-9700
www.usmle.org

California Medical Board
2005 Evergreen Street, Suite 1200
Sacramento, CA 95815
(916) 263-2382 phone
www.mbc.ca.gov
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David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA

International Medical Graduates

http://gme.medschool.ucla.edu/body.cfm?id=51

The Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG) assesses the readiness of IMGs to enter US residency or fellowship programs that are accredited by the ACGME. ECFMG certification is one of the eligibility requirements to take Step 3 of the USMLE, as well as to obtain a license to practice medicine in the U.S. Applicants wishing to be certified by ECFMG must meet medical education credential requirements and examination requirements, including USMLE Steps 1 and 2 (CS and CK).

Only the clinical J-1 visa sponsored by ECFMG is acceptable when applying to an ACGME accredited training program at UCLA.

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Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Sciences

How to Apply
9/20/13: Applicant’s, please do not send application via email, fax or regular mail to the Program Director or Program Administrator. Be assured that if you have sent your application via ERAS we will receive your application. Due to the high number of emails, faxes and regular mail we receive we will be unable to review any application materials sent outside of ERAS. That you for your understanding.



How to Apply

Thank you for your interest in residency training at Chicago Medical School! We look forward to receiving your completed application. Please note that applications are only accepted via ERAS. Applications sent via email, fax, or regular mail will not be reviewed. Please be assured that if you have sent your application via ERAS, we will receive it. Applications are reviewed when all required documents (see below) have been received.


Applicant Selection Procedures and Requirements – 2014


We are offering 7 categorical positions for the 2015 match.

Applications will be reviewed when all required documents (see below) have been received, beginning on September 15th. Interviews will take place from November 2014 through January 2015.

The deadline for submitting a completed application is December 31, 2014.

Preference will be given to US Citizens and Permanent Residents.

For those who require a training visa, we sponsor only the J1 visa. No exceptions.

Step 2 score (CS and CK) is required for applicants who have already graduated from medical school and applicants currently enrolled in a non-US medical school. We will review applications and offer interviews to current US medical students without a step 2 score; however, a passing score for Step 2 CS and CK must be on file in order to be considered for our rank order list.

Preferred candidates would be one that has graduated no longer than five (5) years prior to application date.


Required documents for ALL applicants

Selective Service Registration: Male applicants, U.S. citizens and permanent residents,
must have registered with the US Selective Service Agency between the ages of 18-26. Male,
non-U.S. citizen applicants who entered the United States after age 26 will be required to obtain
a Status Information Letter from Selective Service indicating exemption from registration. For
complete information, visit www.ssa.gov.

ERAS Common Application Form

Curriculum Vitae

Dean’s Letter (MSPE)

3 letters of recommendation

Personal statement

Medical School Transcripts

USMLE or COMLEX Transcripts

Step 1 Score


International Medical Graduates


In order to be considered for an interview, International Medical Graduates must meet the following criteria:

Step 1 score – must have a 3 digit score of at least 205 on first attempt

Step 2 CK score – must have a 3 digit score of at least 205 on first attempt

Step 2 CS – must have passed on first attempt

US clinical experience is required. We prefer this to be hands-on patient care, though observerships and research are acceptable. At least one letter of recommendation must be from a US clinical experience.

Must be fluent in spoken and written English

ECFMG Status Report – Please note that you must be eligible for an ECFMG certificate in order to apply. Graduates must have ECFMG certification on file prior to rank order submission. Current students do not need to be ECFMG certified by the rank order date though they must obtain their certificate prior to July 1. For information on how to become ECFMG certified, please visit http://www.ecfmg.org/cert/certfact.html.
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University of Chicago - Pritzker

http://pritzker.uchicago.edu/current...esources.shtml

Department Process Co-written
by faculty?
Comments
Anesthesia Some programs ask for a
chair's letter; if so,
schedule a meeting with
Dr. Apfelbaum early in
your fourth year. The
office phone number is
2-2545.
Yes Most chairman letters are written in
conjunction with either your advisor
(if it is not Dr. Apfelbaum) or one of
the faculty members in the
department with whom you have
rotated, so starting with one of these
individuals is the best manner in
which to proceed.
**If you are applying to advanced
programs and will need a prelim
year, remember you will need a
prelim medicine chair’s letter!
Medicine Letter is written by and
co-signed by your
faculty advisor. You do
not need to contact Dr.
Vokes.
Yes
***Prelim Medicine Letter is written by and
co-signed by your
faculty advisor. You do
not need to contact Dr.
Vokes.
Yes **If you are applying to advanced
programs and will need a prelim
year, remember you will need a
medicine chair’s letter!
Obstetrics & Gynecology Please contact Nancy
Martinez, the
Chairman’s Secretary, to
schedule an appointment
to meet with Dr.
Lengyel.
Sometimes The Chair’s letters are better if they
are written with personal insight and
knowledge of the candidate.
Sometimes the letter is co-written by
another member of the faculty who
knows the candidate in more detail.
Med-Peds 2 chair letters! Specialty
advisor(s) in Medicine
and Pediatrics will coauthor
the chair’s letters.
Yes
(for both
Medicine
and Peds)
ID an advisor within each
department. This faculty member
will serve as a co-author of the
Chairman’s letter. You do not need
to contact the chairmen directly.
Orthopaedic Surgery
(Chief letter)
Set up a meeting with the
Director of Resident
Recruitment, Dr. Bielski.
No
Otolaryngology
(Chief letter)
Set up an appointment to
speak with Dr. Naclerio.
No The letter is a summary of the
student’s clinical performance during
the ENT Sub-Internship.
Pediatrics Contact Dr. Lolita
Alkureishi regarding this
request.
Chair’s letters are only required at a
few select programs, although
becoming more common. If research
was completed during training, then
students should have a letter from
their mentor.
Plastic Surgery
(Chief letter)
Set up an appointment to
speak with Section
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Chief, Dr. Song. Please
contact his executive
assistant at 773-795-
0333.
Surgery Meet with Dr. Matthews No Contact Dr. Matthews’s office and
set up an appointment.
Urology (Chief letter) Speak with Dr. Shalhav’s
assistant Chernise at 773-
834-9889 to make an
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University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
http://med.uc.edu/gme/residencyprograms

How to Apply

The UC Department of Anesthesiology offers eight four-year categorical positions each year through the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP). All applications should be submitted through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS). Please note that paper applications received outside of ERAS will not be accepted.

All applications should be submitted through ERAS using the following information:

U Cincinnati Med Ctr-OH – Cincinnati, OH
Anesthesiology Categorical Program
Program 1548040C0



ERAS application materials should include:

Curriculum vitae
Personal statement
USMLE scores
Transcripts
Dean's Letter
3 letters of reference
ECFMG certificate for foreign medical graduates


If you are an international medical graduate, please contact your local Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG) office for more information on ERAS.



Contact Information:

If you have any questions or need more information about the residency program, please contact Donna Benesch, residency coordinator, at 513-558-6356 or donna.benesch@uc.edu.
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University of Colorado School of Medicine

How to Apply
Applications for internship will be accepted only through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) from Sept. 15 to Nov. 15, 2014.
Our required application materials are the same as ERAS (Transcript, Chairman's Letter, three Letters of Recommendation, USMLE Transcript, Personal Statement, etc).
Applications for PGY-2 and 3 positions will be accepted through our office as openings arise.
We will screen all applications on a rolling basis and offer interviews to candidates whose academic and personal strengths indicate that they would have a reasonable chance to match with us. ERAS applications must include two letters of recommendation from faculty, the Department of Medicine letter, the Dean's letter, formal transcripts, and a personal statement. Please indicate if you will be participating in the couples match.



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Columbia University College of P & S

How to Apply

Application Deadline: Dec. 1, 2014

Thank you for your interest in our residency program. We begin interviews in mid-November. Completed applications must be received by Dec. 1, 2014, to be considered for the 2015 Match. Below are the steps to apply:

Register with the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP) for a first year (R1) position.
Complete your application through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS). All applications to our residency program must come through ERAS.
A complete application consists of the ERAS Common Application Form (CAF), medical school transcript, personal statement, USMLE scores (Part 1), Dean's letter and three letters of recommendation.
USMLE Step 1 must be taken prior to application and Step 2 must be taken before the match. (COMLEX scores will not be considered in place of USMLE.)
Graduation from medical school anticipated for 2015 or if graduated prior to 2015, participation in a U.S. accredited residency or fellowship program, or other post-graduate education program.
If applicable, ECFMG certification. Please note that our institution sponsors the J-1 visa only.
Applications are reviewed by the program director, after which candidates are invited for interviews. Interviews are generally conducted on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from mid-November through January. The interview day begins at 7:00 a.m. and ends after our luncheon at 1:00 p.m.

Interview invitations are sent via email. Once you receive an invitation to interview, please contact us at your earliest convenience to schedule your interview date.

Research Interests
If you have research career interests, please include that information in your email when you reply to the offer email. We will make efforts to have you interview with some of our physician-scientist faculty in the morning, and arrange additional interviews with faculty in your area of career interest following the completion of the interview day (after 1:30 p.m.).

Diversity Dinners
These informal dinners are designed to give applicants from backgrounds underrepresented in medicine a chance to network and converse with a minority faculty member, a fellow and a resident in an informal setting. The dinners this recruitment season will be held on Mondays and Thursdays during interview season.

Meet the Residents
Social Nights with the CHONY Residents are held Tuesday evenings at local bistros during applicant season. This is an opportunity to meet residents outside the hospital in an informal setting. Details of social events will be sent to you once your interview date is scheduled. If you are not able to join them, you will still be meeting and interacting with the residents during our luncheon.

For More Information
Please feel free to contact us with questions:

NewYork-Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital Columbia University Medical Center
Pediatric Residency Training Program
630 West 168th Street, CHN-517
New York, New York 10032
(212) 305-8504

http://www.cumc.columbia.edu/pediatr...training/apply
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Weill Medical College of Cornell University

The application deadline is October 15, 2014.
Use the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) through your dean's office and register with the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP). We accept intern applicants only through the NRMP Match. For further information please contact us by email at NYPCornell-IMResidency@med.cornell.edu.

Please comply with the following guidelines when completing your application:

Completed ERAS Application (Be sure to include if you have been elected to AOA under the Profile Section.)
Medical Student Performance Evaluation or Dean's Letter
A letter from the Department of Medicine Chairman or Designee
At least two Faculty Letters of Recommendation. (More than two is acceptable.)
Medical School Transcript
USMLE STEP 1 Transcript. (If STEP 2CK and/or STEP 2CS Transcripts are available, please submit them.)
Personal statement
NOTE:

If you are applying for the Medical Research Track, please also include :

One letter from your primary research mentor/supervisor (or thesis advisor for those who have completed a PhD), and one other from an individual familiar with your research. (More than two is acceptable.)
Complete and return the Supplemental Application 2014-2015 (click here for "Supplemental Application 2014-2015" as a Word Doc or click here for the "Supplemental Application 2014-2015" as a PDF) and include a copy of your relevant publications in one PDF-format file to NYPCornell-IMResidency@med.cornell.edu.

International Applicants

Because of the great number of highly qualified persons applying to our program, few international medical graduates will be invited to interview. On average there have been up to four international medical school graduates enrolled in the three-year program. Most transfer into the program after successful completion of an ACGME-accredited medicine internship. Applicants should have substantial research experience, outstanding letters of recommendation from clinical supervisors in the United States and a valid ECFMG certification. There is no specific board score requirement or minimum graduation year. NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center does not sponsor H-1 B visas. We accept J-1 visas only.

All applications must be submitted through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) and the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG). All applicants must register with the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP), as we accept intern applicants only through the NRMP. Applicants will be considered for interviews on the basis of their overall record.
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Creighton University School of Medicine

Program's Basic Requirements:
We only accept applications through ERAS.
International graduates must be within five years from medical school graduation
Three letters of recommendation
Dean's letter of recommendation (MSPE)
Personal statement/CV
Medical School Transcript
USMLE Transcription- successful completion of USMLE I, II and CS- first attempt
J1 visa accepted and EAD.
We are unable to offer out of match positions
ECFMG certification required

Strongly Recommendations, but not Required:
US experience
Completed Internal Medicine residency for International graduates.
USMLE Diplomat

Applicant Selection
The recruitment committee reviews all applications that meet the above criteria and determine which applicants to invite to an interview. Our interviews take place in November, December, and January on pre-determined interview dates by invitation only. Invitations are sent via e-mail. Applicants will receive correspondence whether or not they are selected to interview.
Interview Day
Interviews take place at Alegent Creighton Health- Creighton University Medical Center, 601 North 30th Street, Omaha, NE in the Department of Medicine classrooms, Suite 5850. Applicants are provided one night of accommodations at a Midtown Omaha hotel, pre-interview dinner, with breakfast and lunch accommodations on the day of the interview.
The interview day begins at 7:30 AM and you are provided the opportunity to interview with three faculty members, participate in rounds with a time, participation in an introductory session with a Chief Residents, tour our facility, a Program Director Session, a Lunch and learn with the residents at Harrison's Board Review and/or Daily Report. The day concludes at 1:30 after Daily Report with a brief question and answer session with a small group of residents.
We participate in the NRMP (National Residency Match Program).
Inquiries can be made by email resapp@creighton.edu. You will receive a response in 24 business hours.

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University of Florida

Application Process
How to Apply

Applications are accepted through ERAS only. All application materials must be received by November 1, 2014.
We will be accepting 8 residents for the class of 2018. Because of the volume of well-qualified applications, not all applicants can be offered an interview.
Applicants for this program must have an M.D. or a D.O. degree.
M.D. candidates must have passed Step I of the USMLE and be scheduled to take Step II. COMLEX scores will be accepted from D.O. candidates.
We are no longer accepting applications from International Medical Graduates.
International Resident Observerships and Externships are not offered by the UF Department t of Emergency Medicine.
Three letters of reference are required. It is suggested at the minimum 2 of these letters should be from EM physicians. Preferably these are in the SLOR format.
The content of applications will not be discussed by phone or email. Inquires limited to the status of applications can be sent via email.
Interviews will be offered to qualified applicants, based on the strength of the total application. Earlier applications have the benefit of being reviewed sooner.
Interviews will be scheduled using Interview Broker.
Interviews will be conducted on Fridays in November, December, and January. Interview dates:
November 7, 14, 21 (2014)
December 5, 12, 19 (2014)
January 9, 16, 23, 30 (2015)

http://emergency.med.ufl.edu/



Application Process
Thank you for your interest in our Anesthesiology Residency Program. We are thrilled that you are considering the University of Florida for your next step in training.

The application deadline is November 1 each year for positions that begin on July 1 the following year. To apply, you must sign up and participate in the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS).

Your ERAS application should include three letters of reference, your Medical Student Performance Evaluation (aka Dean’s letter), your personal statement, your curriculum vitae, your full medical school transcript, and your USMLE scores. Please note that results from USMLE Step I are needed. Although there is no defined cut-off for performance on USMLE 1 our low end average USMLE Step 1 score for successful applicants is a 220. . Results from both Step I and II are needed prior to the end of the interview season. We do accept International Medical Graduates, however we do not sponsor H-1 or J-1 visas. Paper applications will not be accepted.

Prior clinical training is not required for our residency program. We consider every application. Our Match Coordinator and Selection Committee will review all applications individually. It is very important for your file to be as complete as possible for their review. A personal email to interview is sent to you upon acceptance. We interview in October, November, December and January on selected Tuesdays and Fridays.

Competitive applicants must have outstanding recommendations and academic credentials. Applicants who have substantial research experience, wish to continue conducting research during residency, and are interested in a career in academic medicine should investigate our Gravenstein Scholar Program to learn more.

Best wishes as you begin your residency search. We hope to hear from you!



Brian J. Gelfand, M.D.,F.A.C.S.
Program Director

Department of Anesthesiology
University of Florida College of Medicine
PO Box 100254
Gainesville, FL 32610-0296

Kelly Spaulding
Match Coordinator

Department of Anesthesiology
University of Florida College of Medicine
PO Box 100254
Gainesville, FL 32610-0296
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Dartmouth Medical School

http://geiselmed.dartmouth.edu/

How to Apply

Application deadline

December 31
Application format

We only accept applications through the Electronic Residency Application System (ERAS).
Position availability

We have seven PGY-1 positions for July 2015.
Interview dates

We generally interview from late October through January, primarily on Mondays and Fridays. We make every effort to coordinate your interviews with those of other anesthesiology programs in the region.
When you come for your interview, you will attend a dinner with a group of current residents the evening before the interviews. The next day, interviews start at 8:00 a.m. and finish by 2:30 p.m. The day begins with an introductory session with the Department Chair, four faculty interviews (including one with the Program Director), a luncheon with current residents, a tour of our institution (including Critical Care Medicine, Pain Management and the Patient Safety Training Center), and a wrap-up session with the Chair of the Residency Selection Committee.
Application requirements

Common application form
Curriculum vitae
Personal statement
Three letters of recommendation
Medical school transcript
Medical School Performance Evaluation (MSPE - Dean's Letter)
USMLE and/or COMLEX transcript(s)
ECFMG certificate (if applicable)
A personal interview
Position requirements

We sponsor only J-1 visas.
We do not have a USMLE score requirement (must have passed the exam).
We do not have a "year of graduation" requirement.
One year of U.S. clinical experience is required for PGY-2 applicants.



How to Apply

Eligibility Requirements

Medical School: Eligible applicants must be graduates of a medical school accredited by either the Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME) or the American Osteopathic Association (AOA) or of an international medical school listed by the World Health Organization published World Directory of Medical Schools. International Medical Graduates must expect to have a current, valid certificate from the Educational Commission on Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG) by the beginning of training. Graduates of medical schools outside the United States who have completed a fifth Pathway program provided by an LCME-accredited medical school are also eligible.
USMLE/COMLEX Examinations: Applicants must have passed Steps 1, 2 (Clinical Knowledge and Clinical Skills) of the United States Medical Licensing Examination (“USMLE”) or COMLEX equivalent.
Medical Licensure: Applicants must be eligible to obtain a New Hampshire training license. All appointments are contingent upon the resident obtaining and maintaining a New Hampshire training or full license.
Prerequisite Training: Eligible applicants who are not graduates of US allopathic medical schools must demonstrate US clinical experience in an academic medical center equivalent to that of a 3rd or 4th year US allopathic medical student, as evidenced by supportive letters of recommendation.
Visa Status: Foreign citizens who have attended a US medical school will be considered for an H-type visa. Other foreign citizens requiring work authorization will be offered a J-type visa.
Additional Appointment Requirements: Successful applicants must satisfactorily complete a reference check, background check, employee physical, alcohol and drug testing, and any other pre-employment criteria as may be required by Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center.
Non-Discrimination: The Internal Medicine Training Program will not discriminate with regard to gender, race, age, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, disability, veteran status, marital status, familial status, pregnancy, or sexual orientation.
Meet Essential Standards: Applicants must meet the essential standards of an internal medicine resident, as listed at the end of this document.
Selection Policy

National Matching Programs (NRMP): The Internal Medicine Training Program participates in the national matching program.
Electronic Residency Application System (ERAS): Applicants must submit their complete application using ERAS. Applications by e-mail, mail, fax, or other delivery will not be accepted. Applications must include:
The common application form
USMLE / COMLEX scores
ECFMG report and certificate for international medical graduates (this includes U.S. applicants attending medical schools outside of the U.S.)
An official transcript from the applicant's medical school
Dean's letter
The Department of Medicine letter (when available)
Two additional letters of recommendation
The personal statement
NOTE: A photograph is not required for application
Initial Application Screening, Interviews, and Final Screening:
The Internal Medicine Residency Program Director appoints faculty members to the Residency Selection Committee.
All applications will be reviewed by the Program Director and/or the Program Administrator.
Decision regarding interview offer is based upon the review of the following items: Medical school attended, Medical Student Performance Evaluation, USMLE scores, letters of recommendation, research experience, work experience, and the personal statement.
Each application is reviewed in full, and assigned an initial ranking score by the Program Director.
If the number of applicants exceeds the number of interviews than can reasonably be conducted, the top candidates are invited.
Each candidate is interviewed by one member of the Residency Selection Committee. Interviewers assign a score based on review of the applicant’s file and the candidate’s interview performance.
The initial ranking score and the interview score are combined into a composite score and candidates are ranked accordingly.
The Internal Medicine Residency Selection Committee reviews and may suggest adjustments the rank list. The final rank list is submitted by the program director to the National Residency Matching Program.
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Duke University School of Medicine

http://residency.medicine.duke.edu/
http://residency.medicine.duke.edu/application-process
https://www.aamc.org/students/medstudents/eras/

The Duke Internal Medicine Residency Program accepts applications through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS). Any information submitted outside of ERAS cannot be accepted.

For information during the application and support during the interviewing season, please contact Erin Payne at 919-681-1464.

To apply for the Duke Internal Medicine Residency Program, submit the following documents:

ERAS application
USMLE Step 1 score (see below)
Medical school transcript
Personal statement
3 or 4 letters of recommendation
MSPE (Dean's letter)

Residents accepted into the program will need to successfully complete both parts of USMLE Step 2 to start the program. We strongly encourage applicants to take both parts of USMLE Step 2 before March 1 to permit reporting of scores before the start of orientation in late June. Reporting of USMLE scores can take approximately 8 weeks. Consult the USMLE Policy for full details.

Visa Information
We accept the J-1 Visa.


Openings other than PGY 1
We do not accept applications for PGY 2 or PGY 3 positions.

Medicine-Pediatrics
For information about applying to the Medicine-Pediatrics Residency Program, contact Residency Program Coordinator Barbara Blackburn at Barbara.Blackburn@duke.edu or 919-681-3009.

Medicine-Psychiatry
For information about applying to the Medicine-Psychiatry Residency Program, contact Program Director Sarah Rivelli at sarah.rivelli@duke.edu.
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Albert Einstein College of Medicine

We welcome your interest in the Internal Medicine Residency Program at Jacobi Medical Center. We are a very diverse program and at the same time a tightly knit family. Just like our patients.
All applications are accepted exclusively though ERAS, from Sept 1st to Nov 30th. We will be “all-in” the match per the NRMP new regulations. Please do not expect any chance of pre-matching to our program. If you will be planning to prematch somewhere you should probably not be applying to Jacobi Medical Center for Internal Medicine Residency.
In order to maintain our standards of excellence here at Jacobi, applicants should score at least a 220 on Step 1 and Step 2 CK and must pass Step 2CS (All exams must be passed on the first attempt). While these criteria are not set in stone, they strongly influence our decisions. Incomplete applications will not be reviewed until all documents are uploaded to ERAS. The required documents include: current USMLE scores, CV, personal statement, 3-4 letters of recommendation, medical school transcript, and an MSPE from your medical school. We suggest that you get these all in to ERAS as soon as possible in order to ensure that your file is reviewed as early in the season as possible.
International Medical Graduates requesting H-1 and J-1 visas are considered. Please note however, that applicants with H-1 visas must pass Step 3 prior to match day or we will need to begin applying for a J1 visa to ensure that you can begin residency on time. Please click here for more details on Visa sponsorship.
We receive around 5,000 applications for our 30 categorical and 10 preliminary PGY-1 openings each year. We usually interview about 8% of these applicants.
Due to the large volume of applications that we review, it is not always possible for us to contact all applicants immediately. Please do not call with questions or to ask about the status of your application. If you are selected for an interview, we will contact you.

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Emory University School of Medicine

Application Packet includes
1. Curriculum vitae
2. Personal statement of goals, interests, and accomplishments
3. Three letters of recommendation, at least one from Urology faculty
4. USMLE score reports for board exams completed
5. Medical school transcript
6. Dean's Letter (available to ERAS around early November)
7. ECFMG report, if applicable

Applicants will be offered interviews after a thorough review of their completed applications. Particular attention will be paid to the applicant's medical school grades/honors, USMLE scores, research activities, publications, letters of recommendation, interests and goals in pursuing a career in urology and his/hers overall suitability and fit into Emory Urology Residency Program and its missions. Full-day interviews for the selected applicants will inlcude an introductory group meeting, a tour Emory University residency affiliated hospitals and clinics with the Urology resident staff, and a series of individual interviews with faculty members of the Department of Urology.

Contact Information
Miss Jenny Alff, C-TAGME
Urology Residency Program Coordinator
1365B Clifton Road NE, Suite 1400, Atlanta, GA 30322
jalff@emory.edu
(404) 778-4615
(404) 778-4321 (Fax)

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Georgetown University School of Medicine

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW TO APPLY

Georgetown sponsors the following residency programs in internal medicine:

Categorical Medicine Residency (3 years)
Preliminary Medicine Internship (1 year)
Medicine-Pediatrics Residency (4 years)
Note: All qualified applicants are considered for interviews. However, the volume of applicants precludes us from offering interviews to all qualified candidates.

Applications for the Medicine residency programs must be complete and submitted by December 1.

Candidates for the Internal Medicine and Preliminary Medicine Programs must apply through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS). The following documents are needed in order to have your application reviewed:

ERAS common application form
USMLE Step 1 transcript (and Step 2 CK and CS when available) (required)
Osteopathic applicants: your COMLEX scores will gladly be accepted and reviewed, but USMLE CK scores are still required. Either USMLE Step II CS or COMLEX Clinical Skills exam are acceptable.
Medical school transcript
Personal statement
Dean's Letter
3 letters of recommendation, including one departmental support letter ("Chair's letter") for categorical applicants
A fourth letter of recommendation is gladly accepted
We encourage preliminary applicants to have at least one letter of recommendation from internal medicine
VISA POLICY: J1 visas are sponsored through Georgetown University Hospital. We currently do not have the ability to sponsor H1B visas.

Georgetown University Medical Center is an equal opportunity employer.

https://medicine.georgetown.edu/residency/application
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George Washington University Sch of Med & Hlth Sci

http://smhs.gwu.edu/medicine-residency/

Application Information

Applications are only accepted the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS). The deadline to apply is October 15, but we encourage you to submit your application as soon as possible, as interviews are offered on a rolling basis.

Required Documents for Complete ERAS Application

Medical School Transcript
Dean’s Letter (MSPE)
Personal Statement
3-4 Letters of Recommendation - one must be a Department letter for all applicants
USMLE Scores
Curriculum Vitae (CV)
** All complete applications must be received by November 1. Because interviews are granted on a rolling basis, we recommend that you submit your complete application as early as possible.**

**Per our GME policy, you must have taken and passed Step 2CK and CS before we can rank you on NRMP. Note, interviews may be offered prior to Step 2 scores being available.**

Please see our GME Terms and Conditions.

Due to the large pool of highly qualified applicants, we can only interview a fraction of those who apply. We carefully review all applications before offering interviews to select applicants.



Osteopathic School Applicants

All of the above requirements apply - we do NOT accept COMLEX exams.



International Medical Graduates

In addition to the above requirements

We accept J1 visas only. Please see our GME Visa policies.
US clinical experience is required (observerships are acceptable)
At least one letter of recommendation (preferably more) MUST be from a US clinician with whom you have worked
Graduation from medical school within the last 3 years is preferred and 5 years is required
ECFMG certificate
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The Medical College of Georgia

How to Apply

GRU is an equal opportunity employer with applicants given consideration based on their academic aptitude (USMLE scores and transcript), personal characteristics (personal statement, letters of recommendation, and extracurricular activities), and their potential to excel as a leader in Medicine at GRU (interview day). The residency program participates in the Electronic Residency Application System to screen and setup interview dates for qualified applicants.

Once an applicant has been selected to interview, the program coordinator will correspond with the applicant to set up an interview date, which includes most Tuesdays and Fridays during November, December, and January. Usually 8-12 applicants will be interviewed each day.

After the interview day concludes, faculty interviewers submit evaluations of each applicant, and bimonthly Resident Selection Committee meetings are held to review each interviewed applicants file.

Each applicant is objectively scored based on the above criteria, with current resident input based on interactions during the interview process contributing to the final ranking. After careful review of the rank list, the Program Coordinator submits the listing to the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP).


Interview slots are available on a first come first serve basis, so get your applications in early!

General Requirements

Requirements for US Medical Graduates:

In order to be considered for an interview date, the following requirements must be met and materials received:

Completed application with your photograph attached
Official transcript
Dean's Letter
3 letters of recommendation
USMLE examination with a score of 220 or higher on the first attempt
Step II USMLE scores if available
DO students must score a minimum of 540 on COMLEX level 1. (USMLE preferred, but not required)


Requirements for Foreign Medical Graduates:
--Please review the following in determining your eligibility. Faxed or emailed materials will not be read

All the above US criteria
6 months of "hands on" clinical experience in the United States (observerships and research do not qualify)
Must have graduated from medical school within the past 3 years
USMLE examination score for Step 1 & 2 of 220 or higher on first attempt
Must pass Step II CS on the first try
ECFMG Certification
Foreign medical graduates may be required to provide other materials in support of their applications in addition to the materials for graduates of American or Canadian medical schools
Visa Sponsorship
The Department of Medicine will only sponsor J1 VISAs. No special considerations will be made for H1B visas for any applicant.
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Harvard Medical School

http://www.hms.harvard.edu/dermatolo...rmatology.html

Medicine-Dermatology Training Program

Two medical dermatology programs have been established between the Harvard Combined Dermatology Residency Training Program and the Departments of Medicine of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Brigham and Women's Hospital. Each of these programs is designed to permit the acquisition of knowledge and experience across both disciplines that will aid in the care of patients with complex medical and dermatologic illnesses. This includes, but is not limited to, the management of autoimmune and blistering disorders, cutaneous vasculitidies, lymphomas, other unusual cutaneous tumors, severe dermatoses requiring toxic immunomodulatory therapies, as well as the recognition of the dermatologic manifestations and implications of systemic diseases. This combined training will prepare internist-dermatologists for careers in clinical practice or on academic faculties as specialists in the broad spectrum of adult illness shared by internal medicine and dermatology. As of 2013, our medicine dermatology training has been consolidated into one program between the Harvard Combined Dermatology Residency training program and the Internal Medicicine training program at Brigham and Women's Hospital.

Residents in the combined medicine-dermatology track will train 30 months in each specialty, beginning with a preliminary year in medicine, followed by a full second-year in Dermatology, then a combined track for the remaining three years.

All positions are filled through the National Residency Match Program (NRMP), and applications are submitted electronically through ERAS. For more information, please contact the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC). Candidates can apply to this medicine-dermatology training program as well as the advanced dermatology and/or the BWH categorical internal medicine program. However, candidates who match to medicine-dermatology will be committed to the 5-year training program.

Our Match number for this program is listed below:
1261785C0 - Medicine-Derm- BWH (Brigham and Women's Hospital)
Please apply through ERAS by October 1st. Note that a Department of Medicine Chair letter is required for all candidates applying to this program.

If you have any questions, please contact our residency program manager at 617-726-5254 (dkovacev@partners.org).
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Howard University

Resident Eligibility

Below are listed the respective requirements, by discipline, for prospective residents:

Medical Residents/ Fellows
A candidate must:

be a graduate of a medical school in the United States or Canada accredited by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME) or
be a graduate of a college or osteopathic medicine in the United States accredited by the American Osteopathic Association (AOA) or
be a graduate of a medical school outside the United States and Canada who meets one of the following qualifications –
has received a currently valid certificate from the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG) or
has a full and unrestricted license to practice medicine in a United States licensing jurisdiction or
has completed a Fifth Pathway Program provided by a LCME-accredited medical school;
have passed USMLE Step 1 and Step 2 CK and CS or COMLEX Step 1 and Step 2, as applicable and,
be able meet regulations of the District of Columbia Board of Medicine regarding either medical training licensure or regular licensure.

http://healthsciences.howard.edu/edu...alary-benefits


Benefits

The following benefits are provided to all house staff employed by HUH:

Health Insurance (cost to be shared by HUH and house staff)
Life Insurance
Disability Insurance
Professional Liability Insurance
Leave
Annual (three [3] weeks per year)
Sick (four [4] hours per pay period)
Administrative leave
Leave without pay
Family and medical leave (DCFMLA)
Meals ($125 per month meal allowance)
Free Parking
Educational allowance of $500 for each year of training
24/7 access to a fully equipped fitness room
Calls rooms
Computer resource center
Laundry services (for white coats and scrubs)
Emergency loan program
Workmen's compensation
Additional benefits include the following:

Reimbursement for the cost of obtaining a DC license if and when required to continue training (after five (5) years or on completion of a postgraduate clinical training program or whichever comes first). Please note that regardless of your year of training, you must obtain a license to practice in the District of Columbia prior to beginning residency if you currently have a license in another state,
Reimbursement for approved expenses incurred in connection with oral or poster presentation at local, national or international meetings, and
Financial support for specialty board review course during final year of training up to $1000
On behalf of the administration, thank you for considering HUH in your next phase of the medical education continuum.

Sincerely,
Peter L. Sealy, M.D., F.A.C.P.
Associate Dean for Graduate Medical Education
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University of Illinois at Chicago-College of Medicine

http://chicago.medicine.uic.edu/depa...s/residencies/

University of Illinois College of Medicine at Chicago Residency Program Overview:
The UIC College of Medicine sponsors 53 programs accredited by the Accreditation Council on Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) . Major affiliated hospitals at each site expose residents to a multitude of health care delivery systems and encourage interaction with a variety of patient populations. Excellent state-of-the-art facilities and mentorships are available for clinical research in a number of disciplines.

To view a listing of residency and fellowship programs, please visit the Graduate Medical Education website at: http://www.uic.edu/com/gme/

Office of Graduate Medical Education Director:
Cathy Canfield-Jepson

Office of Graduate Medical Education Website: http://www.uic.edu/com/gme/

Office Hours: 8:30am to 5:00p.m.
Email address: gme@uic.edu
Telephone: 312-996-2933
Fax: 312 - 996-3050



Thank you for visiting the University of Illinois Anesthesiology website. We hope that you will browse around to learn more about our program and the residency.

Check out the Message From The Program Director. Go to the Residency section on our website and explore how the residency program is structured, what some of our former and current residents have to say about it, and read the FAQ to find answers to some commonly asked questions. To see what their daily life is like, click on this Video.

Residents can begin training in the department at either the intern (PGY-1) or CA-1 (PGY-2) level.

All positions are filled via the National Resident Match Program (NRMP). For the past several years, we have offered 12 categorical positions via this route. Matched applicants will do their internship rotations at the University of Illinois Hospital and at the Jesse Brown VA Medical Center before beginning the three years of clinical anesthesia training.

The second mode of entry is at the CA-1 level through the Physician (R0) positions offered through the NRMP. We usually fill 2-4 of these each year. They are for residents who have completed an internship year and wish to begin CA-1 training in the year of the match.

We interview applicants for the residency match between October and January. All applications are reviewed by our residency selection committee to determine suitability for an interview. Applications are accepted ONLY through ERAS. The University will not support H-1B visa applications for foreign medical graduates in residency programs. All interviews are conducted on Saturday mornings. Interview weekend starts on Friday evening, when the applicants have dinner with several of our residents at a classic Chicago steakhouse. On Saturday, things get started with a presentation by members of the selection committee. During the rest of the morning, applicants alternately interview with faculty members (each applicant will have three interviews), or convene in the conference room to chat with current residents. The chief residents deliver their presentation around noon. This is followed by two more interview rounds, and some closing remarks by the selection committee. Interview Saturday is typically completed by 1:00-1:30 PM.

Below you will find contact information for getting started in the application process. We look forward to hearing from you.

Contact our Program Coordinator, Janine Daniel, for additional information: janined@uic.edu

Other links:

ERAS (Electronic Residency Application Service)

National Resident Match Program
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Indiana University School of Medicine

IUSM Required Documents for GME Appointment
All trainees will receive an email invitation on or about April 1st with instructions for logging in to the IUSM Enrollment Portal.

l. Below documents should be completed and/or uploaded to the IUSM Enrollment Portal by April 7th

Background Check Self Disclosure
Consent to Background Check
CV
Demographics
IUSM Honor Code

II. Below documents will be completed online or uploaded to the IUSM Enrollement Portal before your start date

All USMLE transcripts (Examinees should monitor the USMLE website for planned updates for 2014-2015 http://www.usmle.org/)
ACLS/BLS cards
Verification of prior graduate medical education (for PGY 2s and above)
Indiana medical/dental license
Medical/dental school diploma
ECFMG Certificate (Foreign medical graduates only)
I-9 Electronic Form (You will be sent a link via email from HIRERIGHT Original documents must be presented in person to your program coordinator)
Indiana Medicaid Enrollment form
Bank Direct Deposit Electronic Form (Must have already created IUSM username and passphrase to access, then click on Services tab, next click on Employee Center in the left navigation menu, under Payroll Information click on Direct Deposit link to enroll)
W-4 Federal Tax Form (A local permanent address is necessary to complete the online form in Onestart)
WH-4 State Tax Form (A local permanent address is necessary to complete the online form in Onestart)
Cigna Beneficiary Form (for life insurance)
Anthem Medical & Cigna Dental Electronic Enrollment Forms
House Staff Information Form
IUSM Immunization Verification Form
Valid National Provider Identifier (NPI) number (click here for instructions)
Patent Agreement Form
Motor Vehicle Records Check Electronic Form (Must have SS# to enroll online, those with out a SS# must complete the paper version) Click here for paper version.
Eskenazi Health Hospital Pharmacy Signature Form (A valid Indiana medical/dental license number is needed.)
IU Health Hospitals Pharmacy Signature Form (A valid Indiana medical/dental license number is needed.)
VAMC Application for Health Professions Trainees
VAMC Trainee Registration Information for Vista
VAMC Declaration for Federal Employment
VAMC Appointment Affidavits
VAMC Rules of Behavior

ATTENTION: Residents and fellows in the following programs only - DO NOT print and complete the VAMC forms above.
Emergency Medicine | Emergency Medicine/Pediatrics | Family Practice-Sports Medicine | OB-Female Pelvic | Ortho/Hand | Ortho/Sports Med | Pediatric Dentistry | Pediatric Surgery | Pediatrics | Urology-Pediatric



III. Form to complete and take to fit testing site (scheduled by program coordinator):

TB Respiratory Questionnaire



IV. Forms to be submitted by international medical graduatesShould be submitted to program coordinator before start of training)

Initial Standard J-1 Visa Application-submitted 6 to 8 weeks before start of training
http://www.ecfmg.org/evsp/application-online.html

or
Initial Non-Standard J-1 Application-submitted 8 to 10 weeks before start of training
http://www.ecfmg.org/evsp/application-online.html

ECFMG certificate
Validation of Initial Arrival of J-1 Physician for reporting to Sevis Form must be signed by TPL as well as have supporting documentation such as the I-94, adjudicated DS-2019 and copy of J-1 passport page.

International Tax Questionnaire
W-4 Federal Tax Form for Non-Resident Aliens

http://medicine.iu.edu/residents/new/forms-to-complete/
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University of California, Irvine- College of Medicine

Applicants must apply through the Electronic Residency Application System (ERAS) of the American Association of Medical Colleges (AAMC). For questions about the application process, contact your medical school Dean's Office, go to ERAS online or call 215.966.3940, and contact the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP).

Residency applicants must provide:

A Dean's Letter, or Medical School Performance Evaluation (MSPE), from your medical school dean.
Three additional letters of recommendation. One should be from the Department of Medicine chair or designee; the second should be from an Internal Medicine faculty member who has worked closely with you and the third should be from a faculty member of your choosing.
Scores from Step I of the United States Medical Licensing Examination® (USMLE) or Comprehensive Osteopathic Medical Licensing Examination (COMLEX). We must have your Step I score to consider your application. However we do not have a formal screening cutoff for those scores. Note that successful completion of Step II Clinical Knowledge and Clinical Skills is required to begin any UC Irvine residency training program. We also prefer those who passed their USMLE or COMLEX examinations on the first attempt. We will also accept any combination of USMLE and COMLEX test scores, and do not require Osteopathic students to also take the USMLE examinations.
Proof of at least four weeks of training in Family Medicine during medical school, either as a formal clerkship or as part of an ongoing longitudinal rotation, which is required by the California Medical Board.
Application Deadlines:

The deadline to submit ERAS applications for the Department of Medicine's Internal Medicine residency programs is Dec. 1, 2014.
Categorical track interviews take place on Tuesdays and Thursdays (except holidays) from Nov. 13, 2014 through Jan. 22, 2015.
Preliminary track interviews take place on most Mondays and Fridays beginning in November 2014.

Once your application package is sufficiently complete, we will decide whether to contact you and schedule an interview. If you have questions, please feel free to call or e-mail us.

International Applicants »
We also consider applications from qualified international medical graduates through ERAS. We do not accept applicants outside the Match or ERAS systems.

International medical graduate applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents. We do not sponsor visas. We cannot interview graduates from international medical schools until they provide us with a copy of their Postgraduate Training Authorization Letter, also known as a California Letter, from the California Medical Board. There are no exceptions to this policy.

Please note that your medical school must be on the state board's list of approved institutions and that the authorization letter process can take up tp a year. We also prefer those who passed their USMLE examinations on the first attempt.

Clinical experience (with supportive letters) in the United States is strongly recommended for international graduates. We also prefer applicants who have graduated from medical school within the previous three years and have been involved in clinical care since graduation.

For more information about our residency programs, contact:

Categorical Internal Medicine Residency

Preliminary Internal Medicine Residency

Bindu Swaroop, MD — Program Director

Robert Kaplan, MD — Associate Program Director

714-456-6861

562-826-8000, Ext. 3832

Susan Altmayer — Program Coordinator

Teri Lynn Wheeler — Associate Program Coordinator

714-456-2993

562-826-8000, Ext. 3832

http://www.medicine.uci.edu/Residency/applicants.asp
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Residency is the time when they learn the comprehensive responsibility of the physician. Some medical graduates do not immediately enter a specialty residency program but instead take a transitional year of training designed to give them additional experience in general medicine or surgery. These programs are usually precursors to residencies in specialties like dermatology, ophthalmology, neurology, and others. Residencies can last anywhere from three to seven years, depending on the specialty. The Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education approves several thousand programs nationwide. Physicians must complete a residency in order to become certified in a given medical field. At the UI Hospitals and Clinics, approximately 650 residents and fellows are being trained in nearly 160 different training programs.

Residency Program
The Department of Internal Medicine offers a 3-year fully accredited general internal medicine residency program for 95 residents in each year. The medicine inpatient and outpatient services provide the resident with a wide variety of clinical problems of varied complexity and in-depth experience in primary and continuity care. The strength and breadth of our specialty rotations prepare the resident not only to provide primary care, but to serve as a consultant in the care of seriously ill adults for community providers.

Learn more about the Internal Medicine Residency Program

Contact Us

Cindy K. Batzkiel
Program Administrator
Department of Internal Medicine - E325 GH
University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics
200 Hawkins Drive
Iowa City, IA 52242
Phone: 319-356-2034
Fax: 319-384-8955
Email: intmedres@uiowa.edu

How to Apply

Visit the ERAS websiteApplications are only accepted through the Electronic Residency Application System (ERAS), and all applicants must also register with the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP).

We accept applications September 15 through December 31. Selected candidates will be invited to interview.

A limited number of categorical positions are occasionally available at the PGY-2 level. Completed applications are only accepted through the Electronic Residency Application System (ERAS).

Thank you for your interest in our program. If you have any questions, please contact us at intmedres@uiowa.edu or (319) 384-9668.

We will interview selected candidates beginning in October and ending in January.
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http://www.jefferson.edu/university/...ency_info.html

Residency Program Directors

Graduate Medical Education

David L. Paskin, MD
Vice Dean
Graduate Medical Education and Affiliations
(215) 955-5017

John Caruso, MD
Senior Associate Dean
Graduate Medical Education and Affiliations
(215) 955-6153

Gretchen Diemer, MD
Associate Dean
Graduate Medical Education and Affiliations
(215) 955-0293

Medical Staff &
House Staff Affairs

Debra A. Cifelli
Director, Medical Staff & House Staff Affairs
(215) 955-6610

Heather Matt
Manager, House Staff Affairs
(215) 955-7869

Application Timeline
To apply for admissions to Sidney Kimmel Medical College, please use the application on the American Medical College Application Service (AMCAS) web site at AAMC.org.

DEADLINES : FILING OF AMCAS APPLICATION
June 1, 2014 Earliest Date
October 15, 2014 Latest Date – MD/PhD
November 15, 2014 Latest Date – MD
January 1, 2014
Fulfilling All Requirements
Supplemental Application
Letters of Recommendation
MCAT Scores
Application Fee
INTERVIEW TIMELINE
September through April
Interviews Conducted on Wednesdays
(by invitation only)
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Application, Salary & Insurance Information
Dear Applicant,
Thank you for your interest in our program. Our deadline for application is October 31. We only accept applications through the National Residency Patching Program. Dean’s letters are transmitted to us on October 1, and notification of application status will follow in the weeks after that. In addition to Dean’s letters, the following are the application criteria for the program:
All applicants must apply through ERAS.
We require three letters of recommendation.
International Medical Graduates must be ECFMG certified at the time of application. If you are in the process of certification you would need to be certified by the time of the rank list submission.
US clinical experience is not mandatory.
We do not have a minimum USMLE score requirement, thought it is uncommon for us to accept someone who has failed step 1 into our program.
We do accept COMLEX scores.
We offer J-1 visas for international medical graduates (no exceptions).
We do not offer positions out of the Match.
We offer three tracks: Categorical, Primary Care/GIM and Preliminary.
The Johns Hopkins Bayview Department of Medicine is committed to provide training opportunities to qualified under-represented minorities. Such candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.
INTERVIEW DATES:
November 2013: 4, 5, 6, 11, 12, 13, 18, 19, 20, 25, 26

December 2013: 2, 3, 4, 9, 10, 11, 16, 17, 18
We look forward to receiving your application and please feel free to contact us for any additional questions.
Sincerely,
Lisa J. Shirk
Medical Training Program Administrator
Salary and Benefits (2012-2013)

Salary
PGY-1 $48,548
PGY-2 $50,885
PGY-3 $53,016
Benefits
Choice of self-insured option or several health maintenance organizations.
Choice of dental plans: DMO or self-insured option subject to annual deductible and co-pays.
Free uniform and uniform laundry service.
Disability coverage.
Life insurance.
One month paid annual vacation. Sick leave, family leave and professional leave available.
With respect to time away from training, please note that the ABIM has specific requirements regarding the length of training necessary to sit for the Boards; no more than 3 months in the 36 months can be used for vacation, illness or parental leave. To address this requirement while also understanding that residents may require leave during training (e.g. parental leave), we have designed an elective rotation that - with appropriate planning and prior approval by the program director - would allow a resident to participate in a program of self-directed learning that will be considered part of the 36 months of full-time medical residency education required by the ABIM. In this way, a resident could receive credit for a self-study elective (for example while on parental leave) even though the resident cannot participate in hospital-related activities. If this elective is successfully completed, the resident would not have to extend training beyond the usual 36-consecutive-month period.
Meal benefits include breakfast (fresh fruit, juice and coffee) and lunch at weekday conferences, and meal passes when on-call.
Confidential counseling and psychological support services including a weekly support group.
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