The program is currently an ACGME-accredited three-year residency, with four residents at each level (PGY2 – PGY4). Accepted applicants must successfully complete a PGY1 year in an accredited program per the American Board of Ophthalmology guidelines.
Beginning with applicants that match with us in January 2021, we will become a four-year training program, incorporating the PGY-1 internship year as mandated by the ACGME. This first year of training will include 9 months of internal medicine, and 3 months of ophthalmology at Wake Forest Baptist Hospital, followed by 3 years of dedicated ophthalmology training.
September 14, 2020
Submitting an Application
- Complete an application and register to match through SF Match
Applicants will be notified if they are invited for an interview.
A typical interview day lasts from either noon to 5 pm on a Friday, or 8 am to 1 pm on a Saturday. It includes:
- An introduction to the program from the residency director
- Personal interviews with the faculty
- Lunch or breakfast
- Informal time with the current residents
Applicants also tour the Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center and have the opportunity to attend an optional informal social event on Friday evening.