Internal Medicine

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Flushing, NY 11355Participating at a local health fair

Contact the Coordinator

Ms. Elizabeth Matos-Mendoza
Phone (718) 670-1347
Fax (718) 670-2456
Email elm9069@nyp.org


 

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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,  

Application                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                

Applications for the Medical Residency Program are accepted through ERAS (Electronic Residency Application Service).
For additional information on ERAS, access their website www.aamc.org/eras.

Candidates are evaluated based on their academic performance, letters of recommendation, other experiences, and
personal interview by the Program Director and . 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 as a minimum for consideration for an interview.:

• You must apply through ERAS by November 15th
• We require a score of 215 and above on Step 1, 225 and above on Step 2, 1st attempt and passing Step 2 CS on the
  1st attempt. For Osteopathic applicants a score of 475 and above on COMLEX Level 1 1st attempt and 475 on COMLEX 
   Level 2 CE 1st attempt
• 3 LORs (one must be from a program director)
.

For International Medical Graduates

• one year of “” clinical experience in the US is preferred
• Recent medical graduates within the past 3 years are preferred
• ECFMG Certification at the time of applying is preferred but not mandatory. it is necessary prior to the Match.
• U.S. Citizenship or Permanent Residence is strongly preferred
• The program will not sponsor H-1B Visas

View the 2016-2017 Contract  

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

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