Applying

Benefits

Please refer to the main Graduate Medical Education page for information about salaries and benefits provided to residents. This page also has information about eligibility criteria, visa policies, and a sample contract.

How do I apply?

All applications must be submitted through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS).

What documents are required to apply?

  • Three letters of recommendation
  • Personal statement
  • Curriculum vitae
  • Medical school transcript
  • Dean's letter / Medical Student Performance Evaluation
  • USMLE scores / reports for Step 1, Step 2 CK, and Step 2 CS
  • ECFMG certification for international medical graduates (www.ecfmg.org)

Do you participate in the Match?

All PGY1 positions are offered through the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP).

What is your application deadline?

Applications must be submitted through ERAS by December 1.

Do you accept International Medical Graduates (IMGs)?

The majority of the residents in the program are outstanding IMGs. However, the program receives over 500 applications from IMGs and cannot offer interviews to all of the highly qualified candidates who apply.

Is there a cutoff score for the USMLE Step 1 and Step 2?

Applicants should have a minimum score of 200 on Step 1 and Step 2 CK on the first attempt and are expected to have passed Step 2 CS on the first attempt.

Is there a cutoff graduation date from medical school?

Applicants are expected to have graduated from medical school within the past five years.

Do you require applicants to have passed Step 3?

Applicants do not need to pass Step 3 before applying. All residents must pass Step 3 by the end of the PGY2 year to remain in the program.

Do you accept COMLEX scores instead of USMLE scores from osteopathic medical students?

COMLEX scores are accepted from DO students as a substitute for USMLE scores.

Do you sponsor visas?

The program sponsors residents on J1 visas through ECFMG but does not pay for processing. The hospital no longer sponsors H1B visas for residents.

Do you require clinical experience in the United States?

Applicants are expected to have at least one month of clinical or research experience in the United States or Canada in the form of an observership, externship, or research training program.

What is the deadline for ECFMG certification?

International Medical Graduates must provide documentation of ECFMG certification prior to interviewing with the program.

How are applicants notified about interviews?

Applicants who are selected to interview will be notified by email.

Do you offer externships, observerships, or research opportunities?

The program does not offer clinical or research training experiences at the present time.


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