How to Apply & Application FAQ'sApplications for internship will be accepted only through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) from September 15th to October 1st, 2014. All intern positions will be filled through the National Residency matching program (NRMP). Traditionally all positions fill and we do not have available positions post-Match.
Application InformationThe application materials we require are as follows:
- Dean's Letter/MSPE
- Departmental/Chair Letter
- 2 additional Letters of Recommendation (with at least 1 of these by an IM faculty member)
- Personal Statement
- Medical School Transcript
- USMLE Transcript (with at least a Step 1 score)
- We offer career pathways in both Categorical and Primary Care Medicine but have only one match code number (Categorical Program NRMP Code Number: 1599140C0).
- International graduates must be ECFMG certified at the time their application is submitted, have at least one year of clinical experience in the U.S. or in a health care system similar to the U.S. (e.g., Australia, Ireland, and the like), and have graduated from medical school no earlier than 2009. Please note that we do not count externships, observerships, or research work as clinical experience.
- Applications for PGY-2 and PGY-3 positions will be accepted (outside of ERAS) if openings arise. We recommend that interested candidates check with us in late February/early March, as that is when we would begin our recruitment process if openings do become available.
During the past several interview seasons, a common set of program-related questions has been asked by applicants. We have compiled these frequently asked questions into a list.
Interview ScheduleFor the 2014-15 recruitment season, the OHSU Internal Medicine Residency Program will offer intern applicant interviews on the dates listed below, with an optional meet-and-greet dinner at a local restaurant the evening before.
- October: 31
- November: 3,5,12,14,17,21,24
- December: 1,5,8,12,15,19
- January: 5,9,12,16,21
Interview invitations will be issued via ERAS on an ongoing basis beginning mid-October.
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