Thank you for your interest in the J. Willis Hurst Internal Medicine Residency Program at Emory University. Each year, we receive more than 5,000 applications for a limited number of resident openings. We accept applications through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) only. We do not accept applications that are mailed, emailed, or faxed to our office. The application deadline for the 2019 Match is the first Friday in October.
For transitional and preliminary track application information, click here.
Emory Internal Medicine Residency Program Tracks:
- Categorical Program: 1113140C0
- Primary Care Track: 1113140M0
- Clinician Scientist-Research Track (ABIM Research Pathway): 1113140C1
- Medicine/Psychiatry Program: 1113715C0
- Combined Medicine/Preventive Medicine Program: for applicants who have earned an MPH, Emory offers a combined 4-year Internal Medicine and Preventive Medicine track. Graduates of this program receive additional training in population health and public health research, and emerge board eligible in both Internal Medicine and General Preventive Medicine and Public Health. Click here for more information on Emory's Preventive Medicine training program.
- Medical school graduation date within three years of application date
- USMLE Step 1 scores must be submitted with your application
- A passing USMLE Step 2 CK and CS score must be posted in ERAS prior to the NRMP rank list submission deadline
- Due to the highly competitive nature of the applications we receive, we require that all USMLE steps are passed on the first attempt, including step 2CS
- For our international medical graduates:
- Our program sponsors both H1-B and J-1 visas
- Recent US clinical experience is strongly recommended; this does not include observerships or research
- Applicants may apply if ECFMG certification is pending, but must be fully ECFMG certified prior to the NRMP rank list submission deadline
Important Interview Session Details:
- The first round of interview invitations will be extended during the first week of October
- The second round of interview invitations will be extended during the third week of October
- All applicants not selected for an interview will be notified during the last week of October
- We will continue to review ERAS applications and offer interviews as availability allows for those not chosen for first/second round interviews and those who were not declined an interview
- Based on ERAS and NRMP guidelines, we only consider applications and application materials submitted through ERAS. Application materials sent via email or direct mail will not be considered.
For more information on benefits or annual stipends, click here.