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Department of Medicine

 Internal Medicine Residency Program 

 

Applicant Corner

 


 

How to Apply

Application Deadline

We will accept applications and supporting documents only via the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS). The application deadline for our program isDecember 15, 2016.

Materials Required for All Applicants

To process your application, we require the materials listed below. All of these materials must be submitted electronically before you are invited for an interview.

Common ERAS application form.

Medical school transcript.

United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) Step 1 scores (and Step 2 scores when available).

A letter from the chair or designee of the Department of Medicine (not required for the Transitional Year Residency Program).

A minimum of three letters of recommendation from full-time faculty members, preferably two from faculty members of the Department of Medicine.

Dean's letter of recommendation.

Additional Information for International Medical Graduates

Applicants who are international medical graduates must have graduated from a medical school that is certified by the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG). They must have graduated from medical school within the past 5 years, and they must have a complete ERAS file that includes all of the information listed above. Traditionally, international applicants who have been the most successful in gaining admission are those who have two-digit scores over 95 in the USMLE and also have prior clinical training in the United States. International applicants with these exceptional qualifications account for from one to three interns per year. The University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) Medical Education Program sponsors the J-1 visa for applicants who are accepted.

 

Information about Application Codes

 

University Health Center of Pittsburgh
Training Programs in Internal Medicine

  NRMP Code* Program
 

1652140C0

UPMC Montefiore/Presbyterian Categorical Internal Medicine Residency Training Program

 

1652140C0

UPMC Montefiore/Presbyterian Internal Medicine Program Tracks—use this number for the following:

Clinical Scientist Track

Generalist Track

Geriatrics Track

 

1652140C4

UPMC Montefiore/Presbyterian Internal Medicine Program Tracks—use this number for the following:

American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) Research Pathway (the "Short Track")

 

1652140C1

UPMC Montefiore/Presbyterian Internal Medicine Program Tracks—use this number for the following:

Women's Health Track

You may also use the Women's Health NRMP Code if you are interested in combining one of the research pathways with clinical training that emphasizes women's health

 

1652140C2

UPMC Montefiore/Presbyterian Internal Medicine Program Tracks—use this number for the following:

International Scholars Track (IST)

 

1652140C3

UPMC Montefiore/Presbyterian Internal Medicine Program Tracks—use this number for the following:

Global Health and Underserved Populations Track

 

1652700C0

UPMC Internal Medicine/Pediatrics Residency Training Program

 

1652140P0

UPMC Montefiore/Presbyterian Preliminary Year Residency Program

 

1652999P0

UPMC Medical Education Transitional Year Residency Program

 

1652999P1

UPMC Medical Education Transitional Year Residency Program Anesthesiology Track

 

1652999P2

UPMC Medical Education Transitional Year Residency Program Radiology Track

 

1652999P3

UPMC Medical Education Transitional Year Residency Program PM&R Track

 

* Please note that while each program has an individual NRMP code, tracks and pathways may share this code with the categorical program. The above codes are used only for ranking programs during the match process in February.


Questions about the Application Process

If you have any questions about our application process, please contact the Residency Recruitment Office at domres@mail.pitt.edu.