Internal Medicine

The NYP/Queens contingent at Mid-Atlantic SGIM

56-45 Main Street
Flushing, NY 11355

Contact the Coordinator

Ms. Elizabeth Matos-Mendoza
Phone (718) 670-1347
Fax (718) 670-2456


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About the Program

NewYork-Presbyterian/Queens offers both one-year and three-year residency training programs in Internal Medicine. Whether an individual's goal is subspecialty fellowship or primary care practice, our residencies provide a unique stepping stone to a successful career.

Message from the Program Director, Ellen Cohen, M.D,  


Applications for the Medical Residency Program are accepted through ERAS (Electronic Residency Application Service). For additional information on ERAS, access their website at:

Candidates are evaluated by review of their academic performance, letters of recommendation and personal interview by the Program Director and other faculty. Selection is conducted via the National Residency Matching Program.

Applications will be reviewed through ERAS only. Although all applications are reviewed for individual merit, the following criteria are generally necessary for a competitive application:

• You must apply through ERAS by November 15th
• We require a score of 205 and above on Step 1, Step 2 – 1st attempt and passing Step 2 CS on the 1st attempt.
• At least one year of “hands on” clinical experience in the US is preferred
• Recent medical graduates within the past 3 years are preferred
• 3 LORs
• We have 6 preliminary positions and 18 categorical positions.
• ECFMG Certification at the time of applying is preferred but not mandatory. However it is necessary prior to the Match.

Our NRMP Program Code #: Preliminary: 1822140P0 Categorical NRMP Code #: 1822140C0 

Preliminary Medicine

The preliminary program at NYP/Queens recruits medical students from the best programs around the country. They come to enjoy an excellent clinical education in a community hospital setting that is just a short distance from the world’s finest restaurants, theaters, museums and sporting arenas.

Our medical center is large enough to ensure that residents treat virtually every type of medical condition, yet small enough to foster the best training and clinical guidance. The pathology we see in New York is extraordinarily diverse and a constant stimulus for learning. An innovative curriculum and state-of-the-art clinical resources assist you in generating an excellent foundation in general medicine.

Categorical Medicine

We take great pride in the quality of our medical residency program at NYP/Queens. Our curriculum has been specifically designed to provide you with the knowledge and skills needed to become a superior physician. It will stimulate you to think independently and will support your academic development so that you reach your personal goals. We provide:

  • A level of academic teaching on a par with any medical center in New York. We are a primary teaching affiliate of the Weill College of Medicine of Cornell University, and our residents instruct Cornell medical students
  • A large, dynamic and collegial teaching faculty that prides itself on its availability and daily involvement with the residents. At this program you will find not only teachers, but mentors and friends
  • Exposure to an unparalleled variety of medical illnesses, with no predominance of any single diagnosis. You will become expert at treating all kinds of patients and all kinds of diseases
  • State-of-the-art clinical resources, including MRI-angiography, invasive radiology, cardiac catheterization and cardiovascular surgery
  • Superior ancillary services that free you from non-medical tasks and allow you to spend your time treating patients
  • When you enter our program you may be sure that upon its completion you will have become a fine and confident physician who is superbly qualified to pursue any career goal in medicine.

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