Students interested in pursuing the Internal Medicine Residency program are required to apply through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) by submitting the documents listed below. Medical students must register with the National Residency Matching Program (NRMP) to be considered for our rank list. (Program #C01537140).
Potential Primary Care Applicants
If you are enthusiastic about the Primary Care Program, we recommend listing the Primary Care Program first and our categorical program second. Four medical students are competitively accepted into the three-year program through the National Residency Matching Program (#M01537140). All training is coordinated by Nancy Denizard-Thompson, MD, and Hal Atkinson, MD. Primary care and categorical residents interact closely, and we encourage most applicants to apply to both tracks.
If you are considering but not committed to general internal medicine, we recommend you rank the categorical program above primary care but still rank both programs. We understand it is difficult at this stage to fully know your final career pathway, but you will be well-prepared in the primary care track.
About 60 percent of the graduates of this program enter careers in general internal medicine as office-based physicians, hospitalists or academic faculty members. Other graduates continue their training in subspecialty fellowships.