Choose a question from the list
- What documents are required for the application?
- How long is the training program?
- Can you tell me more about the EM/IM and EM/IM/CC combined programs?
- How can I apply to the EM/IM/Critical Care program?
- Is there a research requirement for residents?
- What are the minimum score requirements for step 1 and 2?
- What is the last date for applying to the programs?
- When do you send out interview invites?
- When are interviews conducted?
- Do you sponsor J-1 or H-1 visas?
- Are there any special requirements for IMGS? How do I apply for an observership?
If you have additional questions, please contact us.
- ERAS Common Application Form
- Medical School Transcripts
- Three Letters of Recommendation (At least 1 SLOE preferred)
- Personal Statement
- USMLE Scores
We accept applications only through ERAS. Only completed applications are reviewed by the Education Committee.
All aspects of the application are considered and scored. These scores form the basis for granting interviews and resident selection. We are participating in the AAMC ERAS SVI Pilot.
We have a three year categorical EM program (PGY 1-3), a five year Emergency Medicine/Internal Medicine combined program, and a six-year program leading to board certification in Emergency Medicine, Internal Medicine and Critical Care. Our training block schedules for EM, EMIM and EMIMCCM are shown here.
Applicants interested in this program should apply for the EM/IM Residency. The first four years of both combined programs are identical - residents must decide if they want to pursue the EM/IM/CC program before the end of their third year.
Our Department has a long history of producing quality research. Scholarly activity is strongly encouraged throughout the residency, although a research project is not required for categorical EM residents. The EM/IM residents are required to complete at least one research project.
There is no minimum score requirement. All aspects of the application are considered and scored. These scores for the basis for granting interviews and resident selection.
Applications must be complete prior to December 31 to be considered for a residency spot.
This year, we will begin extending interview invitations after mid October 2017. We use the ERAS Interview Scheduler to send out invitations and schedule interviews, please do not hesitate to call us if you encounter any difficulty in scheduling.
Interviews are scheduled starting November through mid-January.
At this time, we are only sponsoring a J1 visa for those who require a visa
In addition to the requirements above, International Medical Graduates are strongly advised to have US experience (preferably in EM) prior to applying. Unfortunately, due to the prevalent healthcare regulations, we cannot offer any observerships.
Please feel free to contact us at any time. Best of luck in securing the residency of your choice.