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发信人: cherub (北医SSGG, Must Make the Life Better...), 信区: MedicalCareer
标 题: Requirement List for IM Program ZZ
发信站: BBS 未名空间站 (Wed Oct 17 22:04:54 2007)

NOTE: This is the list prepared by one of my acquaintances, a graduate of
FJMC who is now working as a resident in St Joseph's Hospital Chicago. She
was very kind to help others in this regard. The list is pretty accurate but
it is for the last year so anyone applying from now onwards can use this as
more of a guideline. Generally speaking the requirements do not change for
most of the programs.

Additionally there are some programs which do not show a minimum cut off
usmle scores. Some of them are low tier programs but others like DUKE's are
even better than Bethe Israel { Harvard } so be careful


CONNECTICUT

Bridgeport Hospital/Yale University Program:

USMLE scores must be 85 or above(both) AND 3 months of US experience or full residency in General Medicine AND be first author of a paper published in a
peer-reviewed journal or have an advanced degree (MPH, PhD, MRCP). They also sponsor both J1 and H1 visas. applications filed through ERAS.

website at http://www.bridgeporthospital.org/gme/residency/internal.


St Vincent's Medical Center Program:

The deadline for applying to the Internal Medicine and Transitional
Year programs is December 15th each year.
Score requirements on the USMLE are 200 or higher (the entire
application is reviewed). Steps 1 and 2 must be completed before
applying.Step 3 results must be available by January 1, 2006.

The entire application is reviewed i.e. research, clinical experience, etc.
Meaningful US clinical experience is desirable but not required.
International medical graduates are accepted in the program.
You must have graduated within the last 10 years unless there has been extensive residency and/or fellowship training and ongoing clinical responsibility.
sponsor H1B and J1 visas.

Foreign graduates must be ECFMG certified.\ US graduates must
submit a dean's letter. Three letters of reference are required.
website at www.svmc-meded.org
The interview season for the Internal Medicine and Transitional Year
programs is from early November through the end of January


Danbury Hospital Program:

Applications for the 2006-2007 Academic year are accepted through
the ERAS program ONLY and will begin being downloaded in August
2005. International medical graduates can contact the Educational
Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG) for their
application materials and eligibility requirements. We offer only three-year categorical positions. The application deadline is December 1, 2005
We accept J-1 Visas and will consider sponsoring H-1B Visas for
exceptional applicants. Program information is available on our website, at
www.danhosp.org.
In the past, the applicants most likely selected for an interview
have had scores above 82 on both Step 1 and Step 2.
For foreign medical graduates, we prefer some U.S. clinical experience.


Griffin Hospital Program:

Criteria for resident applicants:
1. Prefer scores of 85 or above.
2. Prefer 1-year of U.S. clinical experience.
3. Griffin Hospital sponsors J-1 and H-1 visa.

All applications must be submitted through the ERAS system
(Internal Medicine) For further information please go to www.griffinhealth.org


University of Connecticut (New Britain) Program:

1. Must have passed the USMLE Parts 1 & 2 on the first attempt. All
applications are reviewed individually.
2. Medical School graduation (including the required internship)
should be within 5 years of applying for residency.
3. Clinical Skills Assessment.
4. ECFMG certificate must be provided if you have graduated from a
foreign medical school.
5. Deadline for application is December 1.
6. Interviews for graduates are conducted between November and
January.
7. J-1 visas or green card only. No H1.

accept applications only through the Electronic Residency
Application Service (ERAS). Paper applications will not be accepted.
Each application is reviewed and applicants invited for an interview
will be notified by e-mail and a letter. website:
http://resprog.uchc.edu/md .


University of Connecticut Program:

Apply through ERAS. You should be a grad of your medical school within the
last 5 years. Scores of 80 on parts 1 and 2 of USMLE.
Deadline to apply is December 1. Also only sponsor J1.
>For further details, website:
>http://resprog.uchc.edu/md/intermed


Greenwich Hospital Association Program:

Hospital of St Raphael Program

Yale-New Haven Medical Center (Waterbury) Program

Yale-New Haven Medical Center Program

Eras only

Dead line for application for 2006 is jan 4th

Graduates of medical school outside the US and Canada must meet one
of the following:
Have received a current valid ECFMG Certificate and passed the CSA
examination from the Educational Commission for Foreign medical
Gradates Have a full and unrestricted license to practice medicine in a US
licensing jurisdiction.

Graduates of medical school outside the US who have completed a
Fifth Pathway Program provided by an LCME–accredited medical school.
Graduates of International Medical Schools must have a MINIMUM
of 2 months clinical experience ("hands on") with patients in a U.S.
Teaching Hospital to qualify for review. Experience in a Canadian
Teaching Hospital does not meet this requirement. An "Observership"
and "Externship" do not meet the requirement.

MOST applicants score 85 or higher on the USMLE. This does NOT mean
we do not accept applicants with scores lower than 85 if there are
other special attributes.

J-1 Visa:

H-1B Visa: The Department does NOT sponsor H-1B Visas for residency
training.

If you graduated medical school several years ago, we do not
have a specific "cut-off" year of graduation from medical school for
applicants. However, we will want to know what you have been doing
since graduation.


Norwalk Hospital Program:

We require that you have scores of 85 or better on both Step 1and
Step 2 of the USMLE. An ECFMG certificate is required to enter a
U.S. residency. Therefore, the CSA, which is required for ECFMG
certification, is mandatory unless you have a certificate which was
issued before that requirement was added. Though not absolutely
required, we do check for U.S. experience, and it is definitely to
your advantage. The deadline for applications is December 1, 2005.
Regarding year of graduation, we do not have a ruling, but we do
want to know what the applicant has been doing since graduation.

We do have international physicians in our house staff, and we do
sponsor J-1 visas. In regard to H-1 visas, we do sponsor those on
occasion, but that would be determined with the Residency Program
Director at the time of the interview. We prefer that all
requirements for the H-1 visa be completed before we sponsor such a
visa, i.e. you should plan to take the Step 3 exam by the end of
2005 or early in 2006. If you take the Step III exam in early 2006,
you should anticipate using the option where, for a fee of $1000,
the process is expedited and takes only two weeks.

We are participating in the ERAS program, and will not accept paper
applications. To obtain applications and information on that
program, write ECFMG-ERAS Program, Box 13467, Philadelphia, PA 19104-
3467, U.S.A., or go to the ECFMG/ERAS web site at:

www.ecfmg.org/erasinfo.htm.

If you wish further information about the program, you can find it
at http://www.norwalkhealth.org
All applications are thru ERAS. We will begin reviewing applications September 1st and our deadline for accepting applications is December 1st. We will be interviewing from early November thru early December. U.S. clinical experience is not mandatory, but "preferred". Especially welcome are letters of recommendation from U.S. locations. We do sponsor both J1 and H1 visas.

Stamford Hospital/Columbia University College of Physicians and
Surgeons Program


NEWJERSEY

Atlantic City Medical Center Program

website: http://[email protected]

AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center is accepting applications
primarily through the Electronic Resident Application System (ERAS). All ERAS
applications will be reviewed before the review of any applications or correspondence received via the mail.

All completed applications will be reviewed in their entirely. To
be considered the minimal information forwarded must include:

1) standard application information,
2) a Curriculum Vitae, and
3) Board Scores, and
4) medical school transcripts, and
5) verification of passing the CSA, and
6) a minimum of three (3) letters of recommendation. IMG's
must indicate possession of a standard ECFMG certificate.

Any one criterion will not determine whether or not you will be
invited for an interview. If your credentials approximate the following
filtering criteria but do not exactly meet a standard, your application
may still be considered. Initial filtering criteria for the review
of each complete application are listed below. Preference will be
given to applicants:

1) who have rotated at Atlantic City Medical Center, or
to those
2) who have scored in the top 50th percentile on the
first attempt of those taking the Board Examinations. (This is an
approximately a score of 83 or higher on the USMLE), or to those
3) who are graduates of a medical school affiliated with
AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center and
4) preference will be given to those who have graduated
from medical school after January of 1999.

International Medical Graduates (IMG's) are expected to have had at
least one or two month's United States hospital experience.
AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center sponsors the J-1 visa for IMG's.
The deadline for all applications is December 14, 2005


UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School (Camden) Program:

Applicant Selection Criteria:

Our minimum USMLE score requirement is >85 on both Steps I & II on
the first attempt.
There is no application deadline; however, our interview season ends
in early January.
You must apply through ERAS only (http://www.aamc.org/audienceeras.htm);
NO paper applications will be accepted.
We require three letters of recommendation for review prior to
invitation for interview At least six months of U.S. clinical experience
is desired.Recent medical school graduates are preferred (within the past two
years). We only sponsor J-1 visas. Yes, we currently have IMG's in our program.
As an IMG, in order to be accepted into our program, you must have a valid ECFMG
certificate and if you are a permanent resident, you must have a valid green card.
web site at http://www.cooperhealth.org/content/gme.asp.

Seton Hall University School of Graduate Medical Education Program

All applicants must apply through ERAS.

scores of 80 above on steps 1 and II, on first attempt.

We perfer more recent graduates.

We do sponsor H-1 and J-1 Visas.
Our hospital is exempt from the H-1 Cap.

US clinical experience is not required.

Residents will rotate in 2 hospitals Trinitas Hospital in
Elziabeth, NJ and ST. Michael's Medical Center, in Newark NJ.

Mount Sinai School of Medicine (Englewood) Program

Mount Sinai School of Medicine (Jersey City) Program

80 and above on step 1 and 2 in first attempt

graduate of medical school since 95

no USCE required

deadline for application is dec 1st 2005

only apply via eras

sponsor H1b and J1 visa



St Barnabas Medical Center Program

Monmouth Medical Center Program

ERAS only

Scores of 80 and above on step 1and 2

No USCE required
Graduation within last 10 years
Only J1 visa
English should be clear
Deadline for application is nov 15th
Requires ECFMG certificate at the time of application



Atlantic Health System (Mountainside) Program:

Donot sponsor any visa.should be green card holder or us citizen
Scores of 80 and above on step 1 and 2 first attempt
Apply only via ERAS
Deadline for application is jan 2nd
Graduation within last 5 years


Atlantic Health System (Morristown)

Medicine Residency Program at Atlantic Health System/Morristown
Memorial
Hospital, Morristown, New Jersey, an affiliate of The University of
Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey.
In the interest of answering some of your questions and allowing
your
ERAS dollars to stretch as far as possible, please note the
following:
ERAS: We will be accepting ERAS applications only. The ERAS post
office
should be downloading to Morristown Memorial Hospital on
approximately
September 15, 2005. The deadline for submission is approximately
December 1, 2005.
APPLICATIONS: Applications must be complete to be considered. You
must
specify delivery of your USMLE or Comlex transcripts to our
residency
program.
USMLE Scores: We require passage of Step 1 and Step 2 with scores of
at
least 80.
VISA Status: Applicants should be either a current U.S. Citizen,
permanent resident, or possess a green card. We will consider J-1
visa
candidates. All candidates must have the ability to obtain an
acceptable
visa prior to interview.
YEARS SINCE GRADUATION/WORK EXPERIENCE:
Atlantic Heath System/Morristown Memorial Hospital considers all
candidates regardless of age. Candidates for whom more than five
years
has elapsed since the completion of their formal medical education
will
receive special consideration if they demonstrate significant
internal
medicine clinical experience, especially if that has occurred in the
United States.
Morristown Memorial Hospital offers no externships or observerships.
We invite you to visit our website listed below:
http://www.atlantichealth.org/hcp/residenc...t_MMH/internal_
med
icine/overview.html

Jersey Shore University Medical Center Program

ERAS application only;
US Citizen, Permanent Resident, or Employment Authorization (EAD),
or J1 visa (we do not sponsor H1 visas)
USMLE score of 83 and above on both Steps I and II; (first attempt
only)
All premedical requirements (3 credits each for physics, chemistry,
and biology);
Satisfactory completion of clinical clerkships of at least 4 week
duration in each (internal medicine, surgery, obstetrics and
gynecology, pediatrics, and psychiatry). We do not require US
clinical experience.
Graduation from medical school cannot be prior to 2000.
Application deadline is December 1, 2005.
Our website address is www.meridianhealth.com
UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School Program

Score of 85 and above on step 1nad 2 in first attempt

Graduation with in last 5 years

Require no USCE

Only J1 visa

Apply only via ERAS

Deadline for application is dec 31st

Newark Beth Israel Medical Center Program

UMDNJ-New Jersey Medical School Program

We donot sponsor visa.should be a permanent resident or US citizen.

Graduated medical school within 3 years

Score of 80 and above on step 1 and 2

Deadline of application in January and only thru ERAS

WEBSITE AT: www.umdnj.edu/mresnweb

Raritan Bay Medical Center Program

participates in ERAS.

The minimum score on the USMLE examination is an 80 and above on

parts one or two. If not, we will consider it if applicants have

passing scores on USMLE I/II and III.

We would appreciate it if applicants have US citizenship or a green
card as this institution does not sponsor any type of visa.

The deadline for receipt of applications for the 2006 program is

December 1, 2005.

Muhlenberg Regional Medical Center Program

Atlantic Health System (Overlook) Program

Our internal medicine residency criteria for 2006 - 2007 is as
follows:


You must apply to ERAS before December 31, 2005. Your file must be
complete, including test scores, dean's letter and 3 letters of
recommendation before it is reviewed by our committee. You must be
a US
citizen, permanent resident, or green card holder. You must have
passed
your USMLE test Part 1 & 2 as well as the CSA with a score of 80% or
higher, on your first attempt. You must have graduated medical
school
no earlier than June 2003. US clinical experience is not required,
but
recommended for foreign medical graduates. We expect to have 8
openings
for our PGY1 program beginning in July 2006.

Capital Health System-Fuld Campus Program

Method of Application: ERAS only
> * Deadline: January 15, 2006
>* Required Documents: ECFMG
> USMLE transcript
> Medical School transcript
> 3 letters of recommendation
>* Visa sponsorship: none
>* USMLE's: no more than 1 failure
>* USMLE scores: no minimum
>* Applications from IMG's: encouraged
>
>We will fully review all applications that meet the above
criteria. Last
>year about 15% of those whose applications were fully reviewed were
invited
>for interviews. Characteristics which are apt to lead to an
invitation for
>interview include the presence of 2 or 3 or more of the following:
>
> * attitudes expressed in the
Personal
>Statement
> * strong letters of
recommendation
>(especially from academic environments)
> * high rank in Medical School
> * clinical experience in the
United
>States
> * familiarity with the health
care
>environment in the U.S.
> * advanced clinical training
in a home
>country
> * strong USMLE scores
> * demonstrated record of
success in
>research settings
>
>International Medical Graduates who have completed all the
necessary steps
>for ECFMG certification are more apt to be invited for an interview
than
>those who have steps yet to complete.
>
>For further information about our program please check
>www.capitalhealth.org
>under the heading 'Medical Services / Residency and Training.'
>


Seton Hall University School of Graduate Medical Education (St
Francis)

NEWYORK

Albany Medical Center Program

Albert Einstein College of Medicine (Jacobi) Program

Requirements: The requirements are 80 & above on the USMLE exam
steps 1 & 2 on

the first attempt, graduated medical school within the last 10
years, apply via

ERAS application only. NO U.S. clinical experience is necessary.

Application Period: We start accepting applications September 10,
2005 through

November 15, 2005.

Program Tracks: Information on rotations & sub-specialty tracks can
be found on

our web site. Please visit us on our website at www.Jacobimed.org

Visa Issues: We sponsor J1 & H1 visas.

Note: H1 visa - you must take, pass and have results of Step 3 USMLE
exam in

your hand by Match Day in March, 2006.

Albert Einstein College of Medicine (Montefiore) Program

Website at www.medicine-residency.org

. Applications for each of our tracks is considered separately and
applications for July 2006 will be accepted through December 2005.
Interviews will begin toward the end of November and are by
invitation only.

applications only through the Electronic Residency
>Application Service (ERAS) and all of our positions are offered
through
>the National Residency Matching Program (NRMP).
>
>Montefiore Medical Center sponsors J-1 and H-1 visas. For
sponsorship,
>you must hold valid ECFMG certification with valid expiration dates
for
>English and CSA, and have passed USMLE examinations.. You will be
responsible for all visa administrative costs.
>
>You must have taken and passed Step 1 and Step 2 of the USMLE
>examination, and your results must be entered into ERAS before the
Match
>deadline in order to be considered for the Match. We do not have a
>minimum score requirement, however, the program is very competitive
and
>higher scores are more favorably considered. Potential condidates
should
>have completed medical school less than five years ago and should
have
>some exprerience in a medical setting which is structured similarly
to
>the healthcare system utilized in Western Medicine and/or in the
United
>States. We have less than 10% of International Medical Graduates in
our
>program. In addition, we do not offer observorships or externships
in
>internal medicine at Montefiore Medical Center.


Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center Program

>
>We are fully certified by the ACGME and the program is associated
with
>Weill
>Medical College at Cornell University, New York.
>
>The following is our Program's information:
>
>- All applications should be submitted through ERAS(we don't accept
paper
>applications).
>
>- The deadline is November 11, 2005
>
>- We do sponsor both H1 and J1 visas.
>
>- Our minimal requirements are USMLE scores of average 85 on first
attempt.
>
>- Experience in the USA is not required.
>
> webpage at www.linmed.org

New York Medical College (Our Lady of Mercy) Program

St Barnabas Hospital Program

Brookdale University Hospital and Medical Center Program

Brooklyn Hospital Center Program

Coney Island Hospital Program

The Department of Medicine at Coney Island Hospital no longer offers
visas.
>We accept Permanent Residents, US citizens and those with
Employment
>Authorization.
>
Interfaith Medical Center Program

applicants with scores >= 85 on their firstexam attempts

apply via ERAS. Please note
>that USMLE transcripts are REQUIRED in order for your ERAS
application to
>be
>reviewed. USMLE transcripts can be ordered from the NBME (National
Board of
>Medical Examiners) who will send the transcript to ERAS who then
sends it
>to
>us as part of your ERAS application. Also, you should submit at
least three
>recommendation letters with your application. If possible, these
letters
>should include letters from the Chairman of the Department of
Medicine of
>your medical school and the Dean of your medical school.
You do not need an ECFMG certificate at the time of application

sponsor J1 and H1B

We do not
>use
>the year of an applicant's graduation from medical school in our
admission
>criteria; some of our residents are 50 or older. Significant
research
>experience, published papers, and advanced degrees (Masters or PhD)
are
>weighted positively but are not required for application to our
program. We
>do not require US medical experience but a working knowledge of
spoken
>English is necessary. We have no requirement for a minimum TOEFL
score;
>however, we evaluate your spoken English as part of the interview
process

Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center Program

For the academic year 2006-2007, all applicants must apply through
ERAS only
for PGY-1. Our mailbox for ERAS 2006/2007 will not be opened until
approximately mid August 2005 (this is dependent on ERAS). Our
committee
is interviewing candidates with an overall average of 80% in day 1
and day
2, preferably first time takers, only. Must have immigration status
which
permits ability to work in the United States. No U.S. clinical
experience is
required. We do participate in NRMP-Match as well as give direct
appointments. We accept applications through ERAS until February
17, 2006.
ECFMG certificate need to be valid through July 2006. You can apply
and be
interviewed even if you are still awaiting your CSA results or if
your CSA
exam date is pending. KJMC does not offer externships nor
observerships.


Long Island College Hospital Program

Lutheran Medical Center Program

Maimonides Medical Center Program

We will begin to accept Applications for the 2006 class through ERAS
on September 2005. We require 3 LOR. We review dean's letter,
transcript, USMLE scores etc. As of now we accept H1 & J1 Visas. If
you are an IMG, you're required to be ECFMG certified. We do not
have minimum score requirements, we do not require US clinical
experience, but it is favorable. We prefer recent graduates,
however, we will consider 3 yrs from date of graduation with
clinical experience. In all, we review the application in its
entirety. We do not accept paper applications. All applications are
accepted through ERAS. Deadline for applications is 12/2005. For
further information, visit our website at www.maimonidesmed.org or
visit the FRIEDA website.


New York Methodist Hospital Program

SUNY Health Science Center at Brooklyn Program

Woodhull Medical and Mental Health Center Program

University at Buffalo (Mercy Hospital) Program

Mercy Hospital is a community-based hospital that is affiliated with
the State University of New York at Buffalo.

. We will have 1 preliminary and 6 categorical PGY-1 positions
available; however, the preliminary position is filled through the
Nuclear Medicine Department at the State University at Buffalo.
Positions are filled through the MATCH only, and we do not offer
fellowships, externships, observerships or internships.

Our USMLE minimum score requirements are 86 on both parts 1 and 2 on
the first attempt. If your scores are lower than 86 or if you have
more than 1 attempt, you are to use your own discretion as to
whether or not you would like to apply to the Program. We have been
notified by the USMLE that the NBME and ECFMG have assigned high
priority to providing reports for IMGs participation in the 2006
NRMP who test before January 1, 2006. AS THIS IS REQUIRED, ANYONE
APPLYING TO OUR PROGRAM MUST ASSURE TAKING THE TEST BEFORE JANUARY
1, 2006.

We accept applications from those who have graduated from medical
school less than five years ago. If you are graduated more than five
years ago, you are to use your own discretion as to whether or not
you would like to apply to the Program. We do not require U.S.
clinical experience.

We require the standard number of recommendation letters and all
other forms consistent with the ERAS application. Should you be
chosen for an interview and you have already graduated from Medical
School, a valid ECFMG certificate must be presented prior to or at
the interview.

We initially sponsor J-1 Visas but will consider sponsoring an H-1B
Visa at the time of interview with the Program Director provided
Step 3 is completed.

For further information you many visit our web site at
www.chsbuffalo.org or contact the Program Coordinator at
[email protected]

University at Buffalo (Sisters of Charity) Program

Please apply for the 2006 MATCH via the ERAS program through the
Dean's Office of your Medical School or via ECFMG.
The initial criteria for International Medical Graduates applying to
our program is as follows: you must be ECFMG certified, have
achieved scores for both USMLE Step 1 and Step 2 of 86 or higher on
the first attempt with a recent graduation date of 5 years or less.
Please note, we sponsor J-1 visa. Meeting this criteria does NOT
ensure that you will be invited to interview as there are a limited
number of interview slots and a large number of extremely well
qualified applicants to our program each year. Our deadline for
applications is December 1, 2005. In the mean time please check the
Internet for our brochure which can be found at www.chsbuffalo.org
click on Medical Education and Sisters of Charity Hospital.

University at Buffalo Program

Thank you for your interest in the SUNY at Buffalo Internal Medicine
Program. Below is a list of basic information about applying to our
program
for June 2006:

1. Our program is accepting all applications via ERAS. We,
therefore, will
not be able to review any paper applications, C.V.'s or other
documentation
received by mail or fax.
2. We require 4 letters of recommendation: one from your Medical
School
Dean and 3 others, preferably from clinical faculty who know you
well.
3. Interviews will be scheduled from November to January by
invitation only.
We interview on Tuesdays and Fridays.
4. Deadline for applications is December 2005.
5. American students who have interviewed and matched with us have
come from
both allopathic and osteopathic schools of medicine. We have
required
American students to have taken and passed Step 1 of either the
USMLE or
osteopathic national exams by the time of their scheduled interview.
6. All IMG applicants must be ECFMG certified prior to entry into
our
program. At the time of interview, pending certification is
satisfactory.
7. We accept J-1 or J-2 visa sponsorship. H-1B visa sponsorship
will be
considered at the time of interview if connected to Optional
Practical
Training (OPT).
8. We do not require any previous US clinical training. However, we
desire
applicants to not have been away from clinical medicine for more
than 3
years.
9. The majority of IMG applicants, who have interviewed and matched
with us,
have had scores of 85 and above on USMLE Step 1, and 85 and above on
Step 2.
10. We have AMGs and IMGs in our program with over 50% of our
residents
being IMGs.
11. We receive over 1,800 applications per year and we interview 225-
250
applicants for 35 Categorical positions.
12. The only Preliminary positions that we offer are tied to
advanced
residency training programs at the University of Buffalo (for
example
Anesthesiology, Neurology and Radiology). These departments must
initiate
the interview process.
13. Our program does not offer externships or observerships.
14. The University of Buffalo offers fellowships in all of the
Internal
Medicine subspecialties. The majority of our graduating residents
go on to
do fellowships at UB or other universities.
15. Our program is fully accredited for 3 years.

Bassett Healthcare Program

>
>You must have graduated from medical school within the last three
years.
>
>You must apply through ERAS.
>
>We sponsor a J1 visa ONLY.
>
>You must have one year of clinical experience in the U.S.
>
>You must have an 83 or above on both Step 1 and Step 2 of the
USMLE.
>
>The deadline for applications is January 31st.
>

Nassau University Medical Center Program

Mount Sinai School of Medicine (Elmhurst) Program

Flushing Hospital Medical Center Program


Our residency program offers 10 preliminary and 14 categorical
positions
>for PGY - 1 year.
>
>We will be accepting all applications through ERAS only. Paper
>applications will not be reviewed. All International Graduates
are
>welcome. However, our program does not sponsor any types of
visas. All
>applicants must have work authorization, permanent resident card or
U.S.
>citizenship.
>Currently we do not have cut off scores or deadlines for the
applications.
>We are looking for most recent grads (within 5 years of graduation)
with
>passing scores of 75 or higher on 1st attempts of USMLE step I & II
and
>some clinical experience in the United States is preferable.
>All applications are reviewed individually and all of your
criterias are
>considered. You will be contacted once your application is selected
for an
>interview.
>If you need further information on our institution, visit our
website at
>www.flushinghospital.org
>

New York Hospital Medical Center of Queens/Cornell University
Medical College Program

North Shore University Hospital at Forest Hills Program


Jamaica Hospital Medical Center Program

Mount Sinai School of Medicine (Queens Hospital Center) Program

USMLE scores in the mid 80's [first attempt]. USMLE scores accepted
for interviews last year were in the upper 80's for both parts 1 and
2 for categorical positions and average USMLE scores of 80 and above
for preliminary positions.
We will accept J-1 visa only. [may be subject to change]
Please check via ERAS to know whether your application is complete.
We do not mail our brochure, you can view it on our website:
mssm.edu/gme/hospitals/queens_internalmed.shtml.

Application deadline is the first 1,000 applicants or October 30th
which ever comes first. It is helpful if we receive your complete
application package by November 1 because it gives the committee
ample time to review your applications.
U.S. clinical experience though not required is helpful
[observerships do not count as clinical experience].
If you need to reach us, please use our e-mail address:
[email protected]
In order to apply you must submit:
•Dean's letter

•Department of Medicine Letter

•Three additional letters of recommendation from an Attending who

directly supervised you [preferably within 6 months].

•Medical school transcript

•USMLE score reports or COMLEX score reports

We prefer candidates who graduated medical school within the last
five years.
We offer 6 preliminary and 15 categorical positions.
We have International Medical Graduates in our current program.
New York Medical College (Brooklyn-Queens) Program

United Health Services Hospitals Program

Applicants should have graduated from medical school since 2000
First time pass scores of 80 and above on steps 1 and 2 of the USMLE
are preferred
ECFMG certification is required to begin residency at Wilson.
Therefore, completing your ECFMG certification before applying to
your program of choice is recommended.
Preference will be given to US Citizens and US Permanent Residents.
However, we will, on occasion, sponsor J-1 or F-1 visas.
web site at www.uhs.net/meded.

North Shore University Hospital/NYU School of Medicine Program

Winthrop-University Hospital Program

Albert Einstein College of Medicine at Long Island Jewish Medical
Center

Please use the following link to access our on-line brochure and
requirement details for 2006:



http://www.lij.edu/lijh/medicine/residency...y_medicine.html

All applicants …

need to have taken and passed USMLE Steps 1 and 2, with scores of at
least 85 for each step (first attempt each)
must be ECFMG certified by the time of our Match input deadline
(usually mid-February)
should have graduated medical school no more than 3-4 years ago
should have US residency, green card, EAD, or J-1; H-1b visas may be
offered under certain circumstances
some recent U.S. clinical experience is preferred, but not mandatory
need to submit at least 3 letters of recommendation, plus your
dean's letter
COMLEX scores are accepted in lieu of USMLE from D.O. students;
scores should be 650 or greater on Levels 1 and 2
New York Medical College (Sound Shore) Program

Albert Einstein College of Medicine at Beth Israel Medical Center
Program

Harlem Hospital Center Program

Lenox Hill Hospital Program Dear Applicant:
>
>Thank you for your interest in the Internal Medicine Residency
Program
>at Lenox Hill Hospital. Lenox Hill Hospital is a 652-bed community
>based teaching hospital in New York City, located on the Upper East
>Side. A major teaching affiliate of the New York University School
of
>Medicine, the Hospital sponsors 16 independent residency and
fellowship
>programs. Medical students from NYU and the State University
Health
>Science Center at Brooklyn (Downstate) are assigned for rotations.
>Lenox Hill boasts state of the art facilities and a dedicated
teaching
>faculty.
>
>Our program offers an innovative curriculum, excellent
fellowship/job
>placement of our graduates and a high ABIM board pass rate. Within
the
>Department of Medicine, in addition to the Internal Medicine
Residency,
>we offer fellowship programs in Cardiology, Gastroenterology,
>Hematology/Oncology, Interventional Cardiology, Nephrology and
Pulmonary
>Medicine.
>
>We are currently offering 24 categorical PGY-1 and 16 preliminary
>positions for July 2006. We are accepting applications through
ERAS
>(the Electronic Residency Application Service). Please include
with
>your ERAS application your USMLE scores, Dean's letter, personal
>statement, medical school transcript and three letters of
>recommendation. We prefer that you have scores of 80 and above on
USMLE
>Step 1 and Step 2, first attempt. We also prefer that you have
>graduated medical school within the last five years. We are
currently
>accepting J-1 visas, not H1-B. Our application deadline is
December 15.
>
>If you would like more information regarding our program, please
visit
>our website at www.lenoxhillhospital.org/residency/imrp/index.jsp .
>
>


Mount Sinai School of Medicine (Cabrini) Program

Mount Sinai School of Medicine (North General) Program

Applications to our program are through ERAS only. We do not accept
paper
>applications.
> We do accept IMG's in our program
> Interviews will start in October
> LYou must be ECFMG certified (if applicable)
> We do not offer any visa sponsorship;
> We accept those IMG's who are eligible for J1 (sponsorship
through ECFMG)
> Or who hold other forms of documentation which allow them
to work in the
>United States.
> Due to insurance restrictions, we do not offer clerkships,
observerships,
>externships, or volunteer opportunities.
> US clinical experience is appreciated but not required to
apply to our
>program
> Year of graduation is not an issue
> Last date to review new applications via ERAS will be
November 1*
>*Please note that this date is subject to change.
>
>Basic application criteria
> USMLE 1 & 2 scores of 78 or better (Preferred)
> No more than 2 attempts
> USMLE transcript
> 3 recent letters of recommendation
> As well as all other ERAS documentation
>
>You can read a brief description of our program on the North
General
>Website at :
>www.northgeneral.org


Mount Sinai School of Medicine Program

Thank you for your inquiry about the Internal Medicine Residency
Training program in the Department of Medicine at Mount Sinai
Medical Center. The Department recruits for three program tracks:

Categorical - 37 positions

Preliminary - 13 positions

Research - 1 position

Applicants to each track are considered independently. Interviews
begin early November 2005 and continue through late January 2006,
and are by invitation only. The application deadline is December
1st. You must have an 85% and above on USMLE step 1 and 2, and you
must have at least 1 year US clinical experience. We do offer H1B
visas. You may learn more about our program by going on the web to
http://www.mssm.edu/medicine/residency/


We are only accepting applications via Electronic Residency
Application Service (ERAS) only. If you are from international
medical school graduate please contact Educational Commission for
Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG) at http://www.ecfmg.org. You
should also visit the National Resident Matching Program at
http://www.nrmp.aamc.org/nrmp

Applicants must subscribe to ERAS and the NRMP to be considered.
There are no-out-of match positions.

When completing your application please comply with the following

- select if you have been elected to AOA under the field "Medical
Education"

- Dean's letter

- Medical School Transcript

- The Chairman of Medicine letter

- 2 Faculty letters

- CV

- Personal Statement

- Photo

- ECFMG status report if applicable


NYU Downtown Hospital Program

New York Medical College (Metropolitan) Program

Apply via ERAS only

Scores of 80 and above on step 1 and 2

1999 graduation year

USCE not required

Sponsor J1 and H1b visa

Have FMG in their program

New York Medical College at St Vincent's Hospital and Medical Center
of New York Program

New York Presbyterian Hospital (Columbia Campus) Program

New York Presbyterian Hospital (Cornell Campus) Program

. The Department recruits for three program tracks:
>1) Three Year Categorical Track (35 positions); 2) Primary Care
Track (four
>positions); and, 3) Medical Research Track (four positions). You
may apply
>to as many of the tracks as interest you. Applications to each of
the
>three tracks are considered independently. Interviews begin early
December
>2005, continue through late January 2006, and are by invitation
only. The
>application deadline is November 30, 2005. You may learn more
about our
>Program and Institution by pointing your Web browser to
>www.nycornell.org/medicine/residency.html.
>
>Use the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) either
through your
>Dean's Office or, if you are an international medical school
graduate,
>through the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates
(ECFMG)
>(http://www.ecfmg.org/). Also visit the National Resident Matching
Program
>(NRMP) page (http://nrmp.aamc.org/nrmp/). Applicants must
subscribe to
>ERAS and the NRMP to be considered. There are no post-match
positions.
>
>Because of the great number of highly qualified persons applying to
our
>program, very few international medical graduates will be invited
to
>interview. On average there have been zero-to-three international
medical
>school graduates in the three years of the program. Most transfer
into the
>program after successful completion of internship in an ACGME-
accredited
>medicine program. Applicants should have substantial research
experiences,
>outstanding letters of recommendation from their clinical and
research
>supervisors in the United States, and valid ECFMG certification.
Though
>there is no specific board score requirement, a higher score holds
greater
>weight. The NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Center
sponsors
>J-1 (http://www.ecfmg.org/) and H-1B visas
>(http://uscis.gov/graphics/index.htm). You are responsible for
retaining an
>immigration lawyer and for all associated administrative costs,
including
>the Premium Processing Service
>http://uscis.gov/graphics/howdoi/prem_process.htm).
>
>The NRMP Match Numbers are as follows:
>
> Categorical Internal Medical Program 1492140C0
>
> Medical Research Program 1492140C1
>
> Primary Care Internal Medicine Program 1492140M0
>
>Please comply with the following guidelines when completing your
>application.
>
>1. Completed ERAS application:
> a. If you have been elected to AOA, include this in
the
>application under "Medical Educ.", field
> "Did you receive the Alpha Omega Alpha award?";
> b. If you have taken or are scheduled to take an
elective at
>the NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/
> Weill Cornell Medical Center include this
information in
>your personal statement. Include
> the name of the Department/Division, to-from dates
and
>supervisor's name (e.g., "Heme/Onc, 7/1/99-7/31/99, J
>Leonard");
>2. Dean's Letter;
>3. Medical School Transcript;
>4. USMLE 1 and USMLE 2 Transcripts;
>5. ECFMG Certificate (Valid Indefinitely);
>5. At least two Faculty Letters of Recommendation (more than
two is
>OK!);
>6. A Letter from the Department of Medicine Chairman;
>7. Brief Personal Statement (optional).


New York University School of Medicine Program

Only accept one FMG and should be doing research in newyork
university

New York University School of Medicine Program





Our interview session starts mid November and ends third week of
January. Interviews are held Monday, Wednesday and Friday only. No
interviews will be scheduled on the following holidays –
Thanksgiving and the day after, Christmas week through January 1 and
Martin Luther King's birthday.
Queens Hospital Center is a community based hospital with university
sponsorship of the Mount Sinai School of Medicine.

A committee reviews the applications to determine if an interview
will be granted. Due to the volume of applications received we will

not be able to interview all applicants. Approximately 10 percent of
applications received will be selected for interview.

We will only review applications submitted via ERAS.
For other frequently asked questions, AMERICAN MEDICAL
GRADUATES can contact their Dean's Office or go to www.aamc.org/eras.

For other required materials, INTERNATIONAL MEDICAL
GRADUATES can contact ECFMG via their website:

www.ecfmg.org/erasinfo.htm.

For more information, CANADIAN MEDICAL GRADUATES can
contact the Canadian Resident Matching Service at 613-237-0075

or go the ERAS website: www.ammc.org/eras.

Pre-match positions are offered occasionally.
20. For international medical graduates, ECFMG certification is not
required prior to interview but Steps 1 and 2 are required.
Requirements for certification must be obtained by mid March.

Rochester General Hospital Program

Our applications are exclusively through ERAS, and we do support
both H1
>and J1 if you are interested in these visas. There are no strict
>"cut-off" USMLE scores, but positions are competitive. USA
experience is
>not a requirement to apply.
>
>Please check us out on the web at: www.rghimrp.org

Unity Health System (Rochester) Program

Thank you for your interest in Unity Health System's Primary
Care/Internal
>Medicine Residency Program. Here are some answers to the most
frequently
>asked questions.
>
>We have 13 categorical positions and 2 preliminary positions
>
>We do participate in the NRMP
>
>At this time we are not offering observerships or externships
>
>Our Program Director is Dr. Michael DiSalle
>
> · We do accept International Medical Graduates
>· We do not have minimum score requirements
>· We do not have a cut off for year of graduation
>· We sponsor J1 and H1-B visas (we are exempt from the H1
cap)
>· We require you to take Step III by December to be eligible
for an H1-B
>visa
>· We do not require US clinic experience
>· Your application should be submitted before 11/30/05
>· Please DO NOT send a CV or other information by e-mail or
fax. They will
>not be reviewed.
>
> · We now accept applications only through
ERAS; please submit the
>following materials:
>
> · Current Curriculum Vitae and Personal
Statement
>· All pertinent exam scores (USMLE)
>· USMLE transcript of test scores
>· ECFMG Certificate and CSA results, if applicable
>· Dean's letter with transcript
>· Letter from your Chairperson in Medicine (or surrogate)
>· Two (2) additional letters of recommendation
>
>For more information please visit our web site at
>www.unityhealthresidency.org
>

University of Rochester Program

New York Medical College (Richmond) Program

Staten Island University Hospital Program

SUNY at Stony Brook Program

SUNY Upstate Medical University Program

While we have not set cirteria for the 2006 Match, a summary of our
>requirements for 2005 are listed below:
>
>Our minimum requirements for the 2005 Match were:
>A completed application (ERAS only) deadline Dec. 1, 2004.
>" An updated CV and personal statement
>" Medical School transcript
>" Dean's letter
>" Letters from two additional members of the faculty and the
Chair of
>Medicine.
>" USMLE or ECFMG Scores via USMLE transcript (An 82 or above
on the
>first attempt is recommended on both Step 1 and Step 2) (ECFMG
certificate
>eligible required prior to 2005 Match deadline)
>
>We strongly recommend that all applicants to our training program
have
>clinical experience in the United States before joining us. If you
have
>any
>such experience or plan to do a clinical rotation in the United
States,
>please supply detailed information about the content of the
rotation and be
>sure to include letters of recommendation from that institution.
Due the
>enormous volume of requests, the number of learners we are
obligated to
>serve and legal constraints, the Department of Internal Medicine at
the
>SUNY
>Upstate Medical does not offer any clerkships, observer ships,
extern
>ships,
>clinical attachments, volunteer positions or electives for students
in
>non-LCME accredited institutions. There are no specific criteria
for
>length
>of time since medical school graduation, however clinical
experience within
>the past 2 years is an asset.
>
>In addition, our department will sponsor for a J1 visa, we do not
sponsor
>H1b visas. Our current House Staff consists of approximately 75%
>International Medical Graduates from a wide variety of countries.
We
>cannot
>comment on your potential without reviewing your entire file from
ERAS. If
>you submitted an attachment, we regret we are unable to open it due
to the
>risk of viruses. All ERAS files are reviewed. All candidates
should
>participate in the NRMP Match, however a limited number of pre-
match
>positions may be offered to outstanding candidates.
>
>ERAS application packets are available through the ECFMG.
Incomplete and
>paper applications will not be considered for an interview. Due to
the
>cost
>of postage, brochures are not mailed to overseas addresses. If you
provide
>us, (in writing or via e-mail) with a U.S. address, one will be
mailed to
>you. In the meantime, please visit us at
>www.universityhospital.org/medicine_residency/.
>


New York Medical College at Westchester Medical Center Program

Thank you for your interest in our Internal Medicine Residency
Training Program at Westchester Medical Center, the University
Hospital and major academic medical center of New York Medical
College.

Criteria for applicants:

Applications are accepted through ERAS (Electronic Residency
Application System) only. Deadline for 2006-2007 is Dec. 17, 2005.
We are looking for applicants who are not more than 5 years out of
medical school.
USMLE Step 1 and Step 2 scores of 87 or above.
International Medical Graduates should obtain sponsorship for their
visas through ECFMG for J-1. The program sponsors J-1 and will
consider H-1 on a case by case basis.
US clinical experience is preferred, but not required.
Interviews will take place from November – through the end of January

MICHIGAN

Grand Rapids Medical Education and Research Center/Michigan State
University Program

For international graduates:

1. Good communication skills are required.

2. Scores of 83 or higher on both step 1 and step 2 of the USMLE on
your first attempt.

3. Some recent US clinical experience is preferred.

4. Application through ERAS only.

5. Our institution will sponsor only J1 visas

6. We prefer recent medical school graduates (within the last 5
years).



www.msu-gr-im.com

MISSOURI

St John's Mercy Medical Center Program

We do have a score cutoff of 85 both step I and step II and we do
ask that everyone apply through ERAS. We will sponsor a J1 visa in
our program. At this time we do not have a specific deadline for
applications. In years past it has been around the middle of
January. July 1st is our program start date.

Please visit our web site at www.sjmmcgme.com for more information.

MASSACHUSETTS

Caritas St Elizabeth's Medical Center Program

Thank you for your interest in our program. Please refer to our
website at
www.caritas-semc.org for requirements:

click on clinical services
deparment of medicine
Internal Medicine Residency Training Program
Application process

FAQs
1. Do you sponsor J1 and/or H1 visas? YES
2. Do you have any cut off limit for USMLE scores? 190 OR HIGHER
3. Is there any limit to years since graduation? NO
4. What is the last date for applying to the program? DECEMBER 1
5. Do you require any U.S clinical experience? YOU MUST HAVE PASSED
USMLE
OR HAVE ONE MONTH CLINICAL EXPERIENCE
6.Do you accept IMG'S? YES

Tufts-New England Medical Center Program

Below are the requirements for applying to the Categorical Medicine
Residency Program at Tufts-New England Medical Center.

You must apply through ERAS
USMLE Part I and II with the scores of 210 or higher on both.
Three months of clinical rotations in the United States are
required.
We will only sponsor J-1 Visa.
The school graduation date cannot be more than 2 years from the
start of Internship.
The deadline to apply is December 2, 2005.
PENNSYLVANIA

Mercy Catholic Medical Center Program

Thank you for your interest in pursuing Mercy Catholic Medical
Center Internal Medicine Residency training opportunities.

MCMC has no minimum score requirements for residency candidates. We
look at all aspects of an individual's medical education and
clinical experience, and our interview selection process is
competitive. We only accept applications through ERAS. Having
completed requirements such as passage of step 3 (if interested in a
H-1B visa) tend to work in one's favor toward being considered for
an interview. Our suggestion is that if not already addressed, you
sit for USMLE 2 CS as soon as possible. The program supports the
pursuit of any visa type. However, the selected visa pathway must
allow you to begin training by July 1, 2006. No off cycle starts are
permitted. Our heavy involvement with local medical school students
prevents us from offering observerships, and the Commonwealth of
Pennsylvania does not permit IMG's to perform clinical
clerkships/externships. If you've graduated from medical school some
time ago, it would be in your best interest to be able to
demonstrate some recent clinical experience.

For ERAS 2006, we will contact you by e-mail if our screening
process has selected you to interview with us. When you've submitted
your ERAS application, but have not yet heard from us, this is an
indication that either 1) your information has not yet been reviewed
or 2) the program has elected to not schedule you for an interview
at this time.

Graduate Hospital Program

Requirements are as follows, please note:

Your USMLE scores should be 85 or higher.

1 year of US clinical experience is desirable.

Ten {10} years since graduation from medical school.

We accept ALL visas {i.e. J1, H1B, etc.} and of course accept IMGs.

We have approximately 15 IMGs in our intern class staring June 20,
2005.

You should apply through ERAS.

OHIO

St Elizabeth Health Center/NEOUCOM Program

Requirements to be considered for interview include USMLE scores of
80/80 or higher on first attempt and graduation from medical school
within three years of residency application. Each application is
reviewed in totality, and the Selection Committee decides whom to
invite for interview. Obviously, applicants with higher scores have
a better chance to be invited. Also, applying early (by November)
gives one a better chance of being selected for interview. Since we
have only eight residents in our first year class, we do not
interview hundreds of applicants. When our available interview slots
are full, we stop reviewing applications.

US clinical experience is no longer required because most applicants
cannot get hands-on experience. US hospitals now usually offer
only "observorships" because of liability coverage issues. We cannot
evaluate how well an applicant can independently manage patients
based on observorships.

We sponsor only J-1 visas. Please apply through the Electronic
Residency Application Service (ERAS) for the July 2006 positions.
ERAS will list requirements for letters, etc.

Please apply through ERAS for potential July 2006-2007.
Number positions - 8 Categorical.
ERAS opens approximately September 1, 2005.
Applications for July 1, 2006 will be reviewed through December 29,
2005.
Interviews are by invitation only.


ILLINOIS

Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center/North Side Health Network
Program

Cook County Hospital Program

Louis A Weiss Memorial Hospital/University of Chicago Program

Scores of 82 and above on step 1 and 2

Last date of application is in nov

Sponsor H1 and J1 visa

Graduation within last 5 years

Donot require USCE

McGaw Medical Center of Northwestern University Program

Mercy Hospital and Medical Center Program

Mercy Hospital and Medical Center in Chicago is a community teaching
hospital affiliated with the University of Illinois at Chicago. Our
program is a categorical Internal Medicine Residency Program.

The Requirements are as follows:

Graduation within the last 5 years.

Clinical training or research in the US.

US citizen, permanent resident or eligible for a j1 visa. Sorry we
do not offer an H1 visa.

Deadline is Dec. 5, 2005

Scores of 80 or better for step 1 and step 2.

You must have an ECFMG certificate (does not have to be valid
indefinitely yet)

We have 16 categorical positions.

We do have foreign medical graduates in our program.

Check our web site at www.mercyres.com

Applications are accepted thru the ERAS program Only.

Michael Reese Hospital/University of Illinois College of Medicine at
Chicago


>* Applications to the Internal Medicine Residency program at
Michael
>Reese Hospital are accepted only thru ERAS
>* ERAS opens to programs September 1 2005 - we will begin
reviewing
>applications October 1 2005
>* Deadline December 1 2005
>* Test scores 85 and above - both scores, not an average
>* Graduation within the last 2 years (state of Illinois
licensures
>requires 50 CME credit hours for every 2 years past medical school
>graduation)
>* Yes we accept foreign medical grads
>* We accept J1 visas
>* H1B visa applications are reviewed/approved after interview
only. No
>promises or guarantees. In order to qualify for H1B - you must have
>completed and passed Step III prior to the end of this year.
Michael Reese
>Hospital is part of the quota cap and if that cap is reached early
in the
>year - then we will not support H1B visas - this includes F1
applicants
>* US experience is not necessary, but is helpful
>* You do not have to be ECFMG certified in order to apply, BUT
>* You must have passed your Step I, II-CK and II-CS or CSA no
later
>than 12/01/05 in order to match with our program
>* ECFMG has advised applicants to take Step II CK/CS as early
as
>possible in the year in order to avoid late scores and to qualify
for the
>match
>* You must have at least 4 weeks of documented Psychiatry
training -
>this is a state of Illinois requirement for licensure
>* Additional program information is available at medresmrh.com
>
>
Rush University Medical Center Program

St Joseph Hospital Program

Saint Joseph Hospital

Internal Medicine Residency Program

Frequently Asked Questions

What are your application criteria?
USMLE scores of 82 or better on Step 1 and 2. Only applicants with a
maximum of two attempts taking exams will be considered
ECFMG certified by the application su

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