All applications are received through ERAS.
Transitional Year Applicants
Internal Medicine Applicants
Interviews occur in October, November, December, and January each year.
The minimal score requirements are listed below. Scores in Step 1 and Step 2 cannot be combined for an average required score.
Although we have no definite cut-off period from the year of medical school graduation, applicants who have graduated in the past three years are preferred.
J-1 visas are the only visas sponsored by the program.
U.S. clinical experience, although preferred, is not a requirement for our programs.
No, the Internal Medicine Residency Program does not participate in the NRMP match.
No, the Preliminary Medicine Residency Program does not participate in the NRMP match.
Yes, the Transitional Year Residency Program participates in the NRMP match.
Due to the large volume of applications, it is difficult to address queries individually. The website should be able to provide answers for most major issues.
Yes, doctors of osteopathy can apply; however, USMLE scores are required for consideration of an application.
No, outside electives are only allowed in the PGY2 or PGY3 levels.
No, only candidates who are selected are notified by an e-mail.
Applicants are selected after an interview by the program faculty and are contacted individually.
No, we do not offer observerships.
No, USMLE Step 3 is not required.
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