How to Apply
All applicants that meet the internal medicine residency requirements must sign up with the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP). This is a separate registration from the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS). In order to participate in the match, you need to register at NRMP.org. If needed, your medical school can assist you with this process.
Pathways and Corresponding Program Codes
When you have completed your interview process and begin to organize your rank list, you will need to have a list of pathways and corresponding program codes to rank to match in your desired program with us, including:
- Internal Medicine Categorical: 1552140CO
- Internal Medicine/Center of Excellence: 1552140C5
- Internal Medicine/Leadership in Medical Education: 1552140C8
- Internal Medicine/International Health: 1552140C1
- Internal Medicine/Harrington Physician-Scientist: 1552140C2*
- Internal Medicine Preliminary: 1552140PO
- Internal Medicine/Genetics: 1552766CO**
We have an open-door policy and are happy to meet with you at any time. You are able to rank more than one pathway to try and ensure a match in our program. Keep in mind that if you match in our Categorical Pathway and you develop a keen interest in another pathway, you can meet with the program director or the associate program director to let them know of this interest, and we can try to accommodate your request. We are flexible and would like your training to be meaningful and to ensure we are helpful in assisting you with your career goals.
*In order to be considered for the Harrington Physician-Scientist pathway, you must have been invited/interviewed on one of the specific interview dates.
*In order to be considered for the Genetics pathway, you must have interviewed with both Genetics and Internal Medicine departments.
Meet Our Administrative Staff
Administration (from L to R)
Barb Bonfiglio - Dept Admin Assistant
Chuck Sullivan - Residency Coordinator
Deena Segal - Academic Program Administrator
Regina Steffen - Residency Coordinator