Our residents are selected entirely through the National Residency Match Program (NRMP), using the online electronic resident application system (ERAS).
Deadline for applications is November 15.
In order to be considered for the program, applicants must submit the following materials:
- Medical school transcript
- Minimum of three letters of recommendation (one letter from a radiologist is desirable but not a requirement)
- Picture (headshot or passport style picture)
- United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) scores. Step 1 results are mandatory; Step 2 results are desirable
- Letter from your medical school dean
All completed applications are reviewed. Many factors, including an applicant’s academic rank or class standing, board scores, letters of recommendation, extracurricular activities and previous experiences are considered before inviting an applicant for a formal interview.
Categorical Track Match or Advanced Track Match
Our program offers five categorical track positions that include an intern year in internal medicine at Baylor University Medical Center as well as two advanced track positions that start with PGY-2. The advanced track requires a separate match for the clinical intern year, which must be completed prior to entering this program.
To rank for a categorical position with a clinical year in internal medicine at Baylor Dallas, you must apply to our program for the categorical track. If you apply for both tracks, your name will appear to rank for both tracks, and we will rank you in the same position on both lists. However, if you apply only for one of the tracks, we can only rank you for that track.
One interview day in radiology serves for both the categorical track and the advanced track positions. Applicants do not need to apply directly to the Internal Medicine Residency program.
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