All residency programs (Internal Medicine, Family Medicine & Emergency Medicine) will be accessible to candidates via ERAS.
Graduate Medical Education (GME) is happy to announce that all 15 of our positions were matched on AOA Match Day, February 5, 2018.
We look forward to the upcoming recruitment season opening September 2018.
The following PGY-1 position openings for the July 1, 2019 start date are:
- Internal Medicine (Match Code #45950) 5 positions
- Family Medicine (Match Code #45946) 4 positions
- Emergency Medicine (Match Code #45945) 6 positions
Osteopathic Consortium Prerequisites for non-osteopathic physicians to enter UHOC training programs
The following prerequisites are required for a non-osteopathic physician to complete PRIOR to entering any UH Osteopathic Consortium (UHOC) ACGME Osteopathic Recognition training program. Candidates must provide documentation of completing the following:
- A minimum of 120 hours of formal training in Osteopathic Principles and Practices, including the application of OMT.
- The 120 hours must include:
- 60 hours of formal didactics provided by an accredited organization (AOA AAO, AACOM, ACOEP, ACOPMR and ACOI), osteopathic medical school, or a training site with AOA and or ACGME Osteopathic Principles and Practices, including the application of OMT.
- 60 hours in a clinical setting where OPP/OMT is utilized as a significant contribution in the management of patients under the supervision of an osteopathically trained physician.
- The 120 hours must include:
- The applicant must submit a letter that describes their interest in entering the ACGME Osteopathic Recognition program to be reviewed by the recruiting committee for that specialty.
The residency candidate must have a letter of recommendation from an osteopathic physician who utilizes OPP in their practice setting.
Before interviewing, we will need the following items via ERAS:
- Completed ERAS application
- Three (3) Letters of Recommendation
- Curriculum Vitae
- Medical School transcript from the College of Osteopathic Medicine
- Personal Statement
- MSPE (Dean’s Letter) – **These will be sent out to the residency programs from the medical schools in October
- COMLEX Score reports for Part I, II, & PE – Our programs prefer that your COMLEX II score report is submitted before your interview is scheduled. All three score reports are required to be on file before your application will be considered for ranking in January.
- We are unable to accept applications requiring ECFMG, J-1 or H-1B visa sponsorship.
Decisions concerning employment are made upon the basis of the best qualified candidate without regard to race, color, national origin, age, religion, disability, gender, sexual orientation or marital status in accordance with Federal and Ohio law. University Hospitals St. John Medical Center has a Non-Tobacco use policy. New hires are tested for all tobacco use as part of the pre-employment lab screening process. Anyone not passing the screening will not be employed.
- When should I expect to hear about the scheduling of an interview after I've submitted my ERAS application?
Though we are accepting ERAS applications now, our official recruitment season and the scheduling of interviews does not start until after Labor Day (Sept 2).
- If I submit my ERAS application without my personal statement, will this put me at a disadvantage?
No, every day we load the ERAS updates and anything you submit later will be automatically loaded to our ERAS applicant file. We do suggest, however, submitting your COMLEX 2 scores as soon as possible!
- What does a typical interview day look like? What should I plan for?
The typical day is from 9:00 am through lunch (1:30 pm). You will be meeting with the Program Director, Faculty Members and senior residents. You will be taken for a hospital tour and out to lunch with the other applicants who are interviewing the same day.