Florida Atlantic University’s Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine
Internal Medicine Categorical Program
ERAS Program Number/ NRMP Number: 1401100923
Thank you for your interest in our training program in the Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine at Florida Atlantic University. The Internal Medicine Residency participates in the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) and National Residency Matching Program (NRMP). We do not accept any applicants outside the match.
Interviews are held most Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from October through January. Interviews are granted on an invitation only basis.
FAU Internal Medicine Residency Program welcomed its inaugural class of 36 PGY-1 residents on July 1, 2014 and achieved full accreditation from the ACGME in April 2016, our second year of operation. We are extremely pleased to report the successful graduation of our inaugural class in June 2017.
As the first residency program at FAU and its partner hospitals, we are visionaries who possess a pioneering spirit. Our residents, faculty and partners are engaged in innovative initiatives and the transformation of our three community hospitals into academic medical centers. We value academic achievement and scholarly inquiry, are dedicated to patient safety and quality improvement, embody humanistic qualities in our interactions with all stakeholders and embrace inter-professional collaboration. We are supportive and inclusive with each other and our community. We strive to identify candidates who have the desire to not only be self-directed in their personal development as a physician, but to contribute to the continuing development of the clinical learning environment of our hospitals, their fellow residents and the program as a whole.
Applicants are encouraged to view our partner hospital websites to learn more about our community and where we work.
The Admissions Committee reviews applications with the goal of identifying applicants who are a good fit for our program based on the information provided in their application materials. In general, competitive applicants will submit a USMLE score that is compatible with our average class Step 1 score of 235, hold US Clinical experience and submit application materials that are in alignment with our program, patient population and community. Competitive IMGs will also be US Citizens, Permanent Residents or be eligible for J-1 Visa sponsorship.
ERAS Applications must include the following:
If you are graduating or have graduated from a U.S. medical school, you must contact your medical school's student affairs office or other designated dean’s office. Your dean’s office will provide you with the information and the software for ERAS. If you are graduating or have graduated from a Canadian medical school, please contact the Canadian Resident Matching Service at 613-237-0075. For ERAS processing information or to write to the Canadian Resident Matching Service, contact:
Canadian Resident Matching Service
151 Slater Street, Suite 802
Ottawa, Ontario, K1P-5H3
If you are graduating or have graduated from a foreign medical school, you must contact the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG) for application materials and eligibility requirement. Please write to:ECFMG-ERAS Program