We accept applications through the ERAS program. We do not offer any positions outside of the NRMP match.
Yes, PGY-4 residents who are in good academic standing as defined by the program are eligible to moonlight with the permission of the program director.
We encourage all qualified applicants to apply, regardless of year of graduation from medical school. We have had residents that have excelled coming from other specialties. However, large gaps in your medical training are problematic.
The application package must contain:
We accept applications from all qualified US and International graduates.
We sponsor both J1 and H1B visas.
We use EPIC for all of our medical records.
Cleveland is a great city to live in, having the pros of living in big metropolitan area with few cons. There are plenty of restaurants, parks, museums, festivals, and things to do around the city whether you are single or will be arriving with a family.
Cleveland is especially beautiful in the summer. Cost of living is very reasonable, traffic isn’t something we worry about. For more information, see Living in Cleveland.
Residents start taking day call on the inpatient units during their intern year, but do not start overnight calls until their PGY-2 and PGY-3 years. On average, residents have 3-4 overnight calls per month.
Residents receive 5 CME days per year. Residents are provided $500 per year for educational purposes including conferences, training materials, etc. and $200 per year for books.
Yes. We strongly believe that teaching is an excellent tool for learning. All residents are encouraged to support and teach their colleagues, faculty, and medical students.
Residents have the opportunity to teach CWRU, NEOMED and Ohio University medical students who rotate on the units during their 3rd and 4th year electives.
There is no cut-off score for application. To be ranked, applicants must have passing grades for Steps 1 and 2 of USMLE and/or COMLEX.
IMG applicants must be ECFMG certified to qualify for an interview. Although no specific minimum passing score is required, applicants must submit their performance profiles of the USMLE for review, and scores, as well as number of attempts, are considered in ranking.
Approximately two-thirds of our graduates continue on to pursue fellowships. We are proud to share that our residents have been successful in obtaining excellent fellowship programs at many renowned institutions, including Mayo Clinic, NYU, Mount Sinai, Emory University, Yale University, UH, USC, Cleveland Clinic and many more.
We are well versed in providing telepsychiatry services at our three satellite emergency departments. We have been intensely providing telehealth services in our outpatient clinics since March 2020 due to the COVID pandemic.