Applications will be accepted through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) only.
Mailed, faxed, or emailed applications will not be acknowledged.
A complete application must be received on or before December 1. Our surgical residency recruitment committee will review completed applications and extend interview invitations on a rolling basis.
Complete PGY-1 applications include:
An ERAS application
Standardized test scores:
Both USMLE Step 1 and USMLE Step 2 (required).
USMLE Step 2 is recommended by interview dates in November through January.
COMLEX-USA Level 1 (optional).
Three Letters of Recommendation:
- Letter from a surgeon (required)
- Letter #2, applicant choice (a letter from a Chair is optional)
- Letter #3, applicant choice
All applicants' medical school graduation date must be within five years of expected matriculation into our residency program.
International Medical Graduate information:
Visas: We sponsor H-1B and J visas. US clinical experiences in not a requirement.
ECFMG: ECFMG certificate is needed prior to submission of rank list.
General Interview Information:
Virtual interviews will be extended on a rolling basis beginning in November.
A Second Look option will be available in February with both virtual and in-person opportunities (pending COVID restrictions).
The aim of the surgical residency recruitment committee is to provide each applicant individualized interview experiences. We are excited to share the unique aspects of our program with you.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact our Senior Residency Program Coordinator, Danielle M. Spencer, firstname.lastname@example.org
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