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* Complete ERAS application, including personal statement * Curriculum vitae * Photograph for identification purposes at interview Helps identify you when we pick you up * Transcripts from medical school * USMLE scores of 79 or above * Three (3) letters of recommendation * Standard Dean's Letter * International graduates need to have J-1 visa * 1 Year clinical experience in the U.S.A. * ECFMG with CSA Certification before you can be ranked For information about our residency programs write to: Ted Vidonic Internal Medicine 3110 MacCorkle Ave. S.E. Charleston, WV 25304 or call (304) 347-1341 Email: email@example.com
Marshall University School of Medicine Program
RESIDENCY CANDIDATE QUALIFICATIONS U.S. Medical Graduates * Application by ERAS only International Medical Graduates
* Application by ERAS only * USMLE Scores >79 * Less than 5 years since graduation from medical school * J-1 VISA if international medical graduate (No H-1 VISA accepted) * U.S. clinical experience is not mandatory Internal Medicine Residency Program 1600 Medical Center Drive Suite G500 Huntington, WV 25701-3655 304/691-1086
WISCONSIN Gundersen Lutheran Medical Foundation Program Kalah Haug Internal Medicine Residency Program Coordinator 1-800-362-9567, extension 52923,
University of Wisconsin Program Admission Criteria for UW Internal Medicine Residency
In order to have a complete application and be considered for interview, please submit your application through ERAS and include: 1. Current curriculum vitae 2. Personal statement 3. Medical School transcript 4. Dean’s letter 5. Letters of recommendation: a minimum of two from internists who clinically supervised your work. Up to four letters are accepted. Please include a Chair’s letter if available as one of these additional letters, but we consider it optional. 6. USMLE 1 score report is required. USMLE 2 is helpful and can be submitted if available. We do not have a USMLE cutoff score. 7. All candidates must be US citizens, permanent residents or hold a J-1 visa. No other visa (for example H-1 visa) will be considered acceptable by the University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics. For more detailed information, please select one of the links below. You are also welcome to call Janeen Running (Dermatology) at 608-287-2620 or Suzy Griffiths (Medicine) at 608-263-7350 during regular office hours for additional questions.
Marshfield Clinic-St Joseph's Hospital Program Applications We are accepting applications for the Internal Medicine Residency only through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS). Please contact your medical school for assistance with filing this electronic application. International graduates are advised to contact the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG) for assistance. The Internal Medicine Residency Program has the following application criteria: * Minimum scores of 210 on USMLE Step 1 and Step 2 (if you failed Step 1 or Step 2 more than once, your application will not be considered) OR Minimum four months of recent hands-on United States clinical experience. For U.S. medical students, clinical rotations during medical school meet this requirement. Research or observation experience do not satisfy this requirement. * Medical school graduation not more than five years prior to residency start date * Minimum of two letters of recommendation
* Dean's letter * International graduates do not need to have an ECFMG certificate to interview but must submit this by February before we submit our rank order list Applications meeting the above criteria will be reviewed, and 30 to 40 candidates will be selected for interview. We will notify candidates of their status via ERAS e-mail. Marshfield Clinic as an organization currently sponsors H1B visas and accepts J1 visas.
Program Coordinator Diana Miller Marshfield Clinic 1000 North Oak Avenue Marshfield, WI 54449 Phone: 1-800-541-2895 or 715-387-5260 Fax: 715-387-5434 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Aurora Health Care Program
Internal Medicine Residency Program Applications for residency positions for Internal Medicine are accepted through the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP), which uses the computerized Electronic Residency Application System (ERAS). Information about ERAS is available through the Deans' Offices of all U.S. medical schools or from the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG). Applications are accepted through November 15th. Interviews are by invitation. For additional information, contact Department of Internal Medicine Resident Education Office Aurora Sinai Medical Center P.O. Box 342 Milwaukee, Wl 53201-0342
Medical College of Wisconsin Program Medicine College of Wisconsin Department of Medicine Internal Medicine Residency Program Visa Information 2004-2005 The following visa information is provided in compliance with NRMP requirements. PERMANENT RESIDENT VISA - Permanent residents can remain in the United States indefinitely. MCWAH does not provide sponsorship to individuals who are pursuing Permanent Resident visas. VISITOR EXCHANGE VISA (J-1) - To be appropriate for GME, this visa must be sponsored by ECFMG. International Medical Graduates who have participated in the Exchange Visitor Program as a researcher during the twelve-month period preceding the proposed commencement of a program of graduate medical education are ineligible for sponsorship. It is very difficult to convert J-1 sponsorship from a school to ECFMG. ECFMG will not sponsor an individual for longer than seven years. J visa holders are not permitted to moonlight. Please contact the ECFMG for further information on J-1 visas. TEMPORARY PROFESSIONAL WORKERS (H-1B) – The MCW Department of Medicine and Medical College of Wisconsin Affiliated Hospitals sponsor H-1B visas for highly qualified applicants. Those seeking H-1B status for GME must have passed all three steps of USMLE. The total amount of continuous time permitted in H-1B classification is 6 years; no extensions are permitted. MCWAH will not pursue an H-1B visa for an applicant unless he/she has already passed USMLE Step 3 and the Clinical Skills Assessment. Further information regarding visas can be obtained by contacting the Medical College of Wisconsin Affiliated Hospitals (MCWAH) office at (414) 456-4575. To inquire further about the Internal Medicine Residency at the Medical College of Wisconsin, please contact: Internal Medicine Residency Program Department of Medicine 9200 W. Wisconsin Ave. Milwaukee, WI 53226 (414) 456-6800
You may also request information via e-mail. The internal medicine residency recruitment e-mail address is: email@example.com
University of Washington Program Criteria for International Medical Graduates University of Washington Medicine Residency Program will accept applications from International Medical Graduates only if they meet the following criteria: * The applicant must be a permanent resident of one of these states: Washington, Wyoming, Alaska, Montana, or Idaho. Or * The applicant must be sponsored by a faculty member of the University of Washington School of Medicine who has a personal or professional relationship with the applicant. The sponsoring faculty member must write a letter to the Medicine Residency Program Director, describing the relationship with the applicant (for example, common ties with the applicant’s school, serving as clinical or research supervisor during electives at the University of Washington, etc.) and some information about the applicant’s academic background and qualifications. This letter must be submitted electronically via the ERAS Post Office. * The applicant must apply through the ECFMG ERAS program. And * Documentation of successful completion of an Internal Medicine clinical clerkship and/or subinternship of at least eight weeks’ duration at an ACGME accredited U.S., Puerto Rican, or Canadian medical school. o This training must have involved direct patient care responsibilities. Observer status or consultation rotations do not meet this requirement. A letter of recommendation from the supervising physician for this training must accompany your application. It must include the date, location, and type of clerkship or subinternship experience. This letter must be submitted electronically via the ERAS post office. o The University of Washington Medicine Residency Program cannot arrange for these experiences at the University of Washington School of Medicine.
o These clinical experiences must have been completed by November 30, 2006. Or * Documentation of successful completion of at least four months of residency training in Internal Medicine at an ACGME accredited U.S., Puerto Rican, or Canadian program. o This training must have involved direct patient care responsibilities. Observer status or consultation rotations do not meet this requirement. A letter of recommendation from the program director for this training must accompany your application. It must include the date and location of the residency training experience. This letter must be submitted electronically via the ERAS post office.
Virginia Mason Medical Center Preliminary Program
INFORMATION FOR ALL MEDICAL SCHOOL GRADUATES All application materials for the residency programs at Virginia Mason Medical Center MUST be forwarded to us through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS). No faxed or paper copies will be considered for PGY-1 positions. All applicants must be candidates for an MD or DO degree from an approved school of medicine or college of osteopathy upon application. Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) certification is REQUIRED prior to the start of our resident training programs. Make sure you sign up for an ACLS certification course during your 4th year. Check with your Dean’s office regarding ACLS training information. ALL applicants must submit the Required ERAS Application materials: * Completed Application form * Personal Statement * Curriculum Vitae * Medical School Transcripts * Dean’s Letter * Minimum of three (3) letters of recommendation * USMLE Transcripts 1 (and 2 if available) Applicants who have previously failed any attempts at the USMLE step I and/or II will most likely be removed from further consideration.
Applicant information is downloaded daily from ERAS. We review ALL application documents to make our applicant selection. Applicants are selected based on their academic credentials, preparedness, aptitudes, abilities and communication skills, as well as personal qualities, such as motivation and integrity. Virginia Mason Medical Center resident training programs do not discriminate with regard to gender, race, age, sexual orientation, religious preference, color, national origin, disability or veteran status. Upon receipt and review of your Dean’s Letter, and IF you have been selected as a competitive candidate, you will be invited, via e-mail, to visit Virginia Mason and interview with us. Applicants who are not selected for interview will receive a letter of regret. INFORMATION FOR INTERNATIONAL MEDICAL SCHOOL GRADUATES Graduates of international medical schools applying for internship or residency, must submit the above required application documents and must have applied for, or hold a valid certificate from the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG) to be considered for an interview. Applicants who are not U.S. citizens must meet the current requirements for an appropriate U.S visa* as specified by the United States government. *Virginia Mason Medical Center Residency Programs consider J1 Visa or permanent resident only -- NO EXCEPTIONS. A minimum of one-month previous U.S. clinical experience is required prior to application. Applicants who graduated from medical school prior to 2005 (unless the applicant has documented verification of continued clinical experience, preferrably in the US), will most likely be removed from further consideration. Applications All application materials must be forwarded to us through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS). Inquiries regarding the internal medicine program at Virginia Mason Medical Center should be directed to: Roger W. Bush, M.D. Program Director in Internal Medicine Virginia Mason Medical Center Graduate Medical Education, H8-GME 925 Seneca Street Seattle, WA 98101
Spokane Medical Centers Program
International Application International medical graduates should contact the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG) for their application materials and eligibility requirements. Paper applications will not be accepted. We DO NOT sponsor visas. We will accept ERAS applications from IMGs only if you have the following: 1. Documentation of valid ECFMG certification AND 2. Documentation of successful completion of an Internal Medicine clinical clerkship or subinternship of at least 4 weeks duration or clinical elective rotations of at least 8 weeks duration at an ACGME accredited U.S. medical education program or Canadian medical school. OR 3. Documentation of successful completion of at least 4 months of Internal Medicine residency training in an ACGME accredited U.S. program or accredited Canadian program. Applications with high USMLE board scores achieved on first attempt will be considered more favorably. eri Yaeger Program Coordinator Internal Medicine Residency Spokane West 101 8th Avenue Box 2555 Spokane, WA 99220-2555 Phone: (509) 474-3022 Fax: (509) 474-5316 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Internal Medicine Residency Program Tacoma nformation for International Medical Graduates (IMGs): Applicants from medical schools outside the U.S may apply. Only graduates from medical schools that are recognized by the Texas State Board of Medical Examiners are eligible. To be considered for a position in our program, IMG applicants must have successfully completed USMLE™ Steps 1 & 2, the Clinical Skills Assessment (CSA®), and the Test of English as a Foreign Language™ (TOEFL®) by the 31st of Jan in order for the ECFMG status report to be updated prior to the NRMP Rank Order List deadline in February. Matched residents requiring ECFMG certification need to be certified by 30 April prior to beginning our program. ** For applicants with Foreign Visas, only J1 visas are offered by UTHSCSA programs. ** photosCompetitive applicants will be invited for an interview at the Regional Academic Health Center in Harlingen, TX. Interviews are held during the months of November, December, and January. Candidates will be selected on the basis of their application, transcript, USLME scores, letters of recommendation (including your dean's letter), and interviews. The following are requirements for application to our program: 1. Candidates must have clinical experience in the United States. 2. A minimum of 2 letters of recommendation must be from physicians practicing in the United States. These letters must be from physicians who have worked with the applicant in the clinic setting. 3. ** Candidates with multiple fails on the USMLE or COMLEX tests will not be considered. ** 4. Candidates must have passing scores posted in ERAS for both steps one and two of the USMLE or COMPLEX tests by 30 January. 5. Beginning 1 July 2003, all UTHSCSA programs are required to perform Security Background Checks (SBC) on all applicants for Graduate Medical Education (GME) positions. All applicants will need to complete, sign, and submit the SBC form prior to being offered a GME position. Refusal to do so will remove a candidate from consideration for any UTHSCSA GME programs, including the RAHC IM residency. Background checks are performed by University Police, and information gathered will be regarded as confidential and will not be made a part of the applicant's file and will be destroyed after 180 days. Convictions within the last 10 years may effect employability, and will be reviewed on a case by case basis by the Associate Dean for GME. This policy does not automatically disqualify all individuals with conviction records. We welcome your questions -- please email us at email@example.com.
VERMONT International applicants must : * have a J-1 Visa or have a U.S. citizen Permanent Resident status. No other Visas will be accepted. (H1B are not acceptable.) * have graduated from medical school within the last two years * have a current certificate from the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG) * successfully completed the Clinical Skills Assessment (CSA) * have worked in clinical medicine in the United States within the last two years NOTE: an observership does not fulfill this requirement Application components and deadline: The basic components of your application (the common application form, transcripts, and Dean's letter) must be received by December 31.
University of Virginia Program Requirements for Foreign Medical Graduates Include: * United States Medical Licensing Exam (USMLE) Scores of 200 or above on the first attempt * Graduation from medical school within the past five years * MD only, no MBBS or DO * One year of clinical experience in the United States * Current ECFMG certification * We support only J-1 visas Interview Selection: To expedite the selection process, we evaluate each application prior to extending an invitation to interview. A formal interview is required to be considered for the program.
A complete application and all supporting data must be mailed to ERAS so that a complete application can be evaluated by the Residency Selection Committee. The committee will not review incomplete applications. When applications are reviewed, candidates will be notified by e-mail of the Committee's decision. Extension of interview offers will begin in the last week of October. The Department of Medicine interviews applicants for first-year positions on selected interview dates only (see below). Please send your application and supporting materials as soon as possible to assure yourself a broad representative choice of interview dates. If you need additional information, please contact the Internal Medicine Residency Recruitment Office at (434) 924-5725, or at the following address: Internal Medicine Residency Program Internal Medicine Residency Recruitment Office PO Box 800696 University of Virginia Health System Charlottesville, VA 22908
Eastern Virginia Medical School Program Our Internal Medicine Residency, Combined FM/IM Residency and Geriatric/Internal Medicine Residency Programs will join obstetrics and gynecology, family practice, emergency medicine, orthopedic surgery, radiology, and transitional year programs in receiving residency applications over the Internet using ERAS - the Electronic Residency Application Service from the Association of American Medical Colleges. Minimum requirements for applying to our program are: * A minimum score of 185 and above on first attempt (please indicate if your medical school requires a passing score on Step 2 in order to graduate) * Must have graduated from medical school within five years * Must have completed at least 12 months hands-on clinical experience within the United States * International graduates must have ECFMG certification, CSA and other required test taken and passed. Our Residency Program sponsors J-1 visas.
Only ERAS applications are accepted. The deadline for accepting applications is December 31. Internal Medicine Mary Emory, Residency Program Supervisor Karen Scott, Residency Coordinator IntMedRes@evms.edu
Naval Medical Center Portsmouth (VANDERBILT) vANDERBILT IS FUCKED UP TOTALLY... I COULD NOT UNDERSTAND ANYTHING ON THEIR WEBSITE..
Medical College of Virginia/Virginia Commonwealth University Program Application Requirements Residency Selection Criteria 1. Highest priority is given to graduates of LCME-accredited medical schools. 2. To be eligible for selection, applicants must apply via the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) by December 15, 2006 and must be enrolled in the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP). 3. Our institution does not sponsor H-1b visas. 4. All applicants must have Dean's letter and 3 letters of recommendation (including the Medicine Chairs's letter) from U.S. or Canadian physicians. 5. All applicants must be within 4 years of graduation from medical school. 6. All applicants must have a minimum of 3 months of U.S. or Canadian direct patient care activity. Externships must have included direct patient care. Observerships do not fulfill this requirement. 7. The selection process stringently evaluates performance on the USMLE examinations, grades in preclinical or clinical courses, letters of recommendation, communication skills, and personal qualities. 8. We do not have a minimum score requirement for the USMLE, but the average score of our residents is 212. 9. The Department does not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, age, religion, color, national origin, disability, veteran status or sexual orientation. Maia LaVallee, M.S.
P.O. Box 980509 Richmond, Virginia 23298-0509 Phone: (804) 828-9726 FAX: (804) 828-4926 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Carilion Health System Internal Medicine Residency Roger A. Hofford, M.D., F.A.A.F.P. Director of Family Medicine Residency Carilion Roanoke-Salem Center 1314 Peters Creek Road Roanoke, VA 24017 (540) 562-5702 1-800-950-3149 Fax: (540) 562-4258 E-Mail Us: Family Medicine Program
UTAH University of Utah Internal Medicine Residency Program III. Application Procedures: Physicians or students interested in internships should apply through the Electronic Resident Application Service (ERAS) at http://www.aamc.org/students/eras . Applications are screened by a committee. Selected applicants are invited for an interview. All interns (PGY-1) are selected through the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP) at http://www.nrmp.org/ . You must be registered with NRMP to be ranked for the match. Our program codes are: 1) Categorical PGY1 Internal Medicine 1732140CO; 2) Preliminary PGY1 Internal Medicine - 1732140PO and/or 3) Preliminary
PGY1 Medicine/Ophthalmology (you must have interviewed with the University of Utah ophthalmology residency program) - 173214OP All selected interns will be required to comply with the Health Sciences Center Drug Testing Policy. Physicians applying for a residency position (PGY-2 or 3) should write to Caroline Milne, M.D., Program Director, University of Utah HSC, Department of Internal Medicine, 30 N. 1900 E., #4C104, Salt Lake City, UT 84132. The University of Utah School of Medicine does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, age, religion, color, national origin, disability, life style, or veteran ﾒ s status. Questions regarding the housestaff program should be directed to the Department Housestaff Office at (801) 581-7899 or (801) 581-2258, email@example.com University of Utah Internal Medicine Department SOM 4C104 30 N 1900 E SLC, UT 84132 phone: 801-581-7606 fax: 801-581-5393 firstname.lastname@example.org
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