University Of Washington Internal Medicine Residency Program

Program ID, location, website
ACGME program ID1405421434 Copy

StateWashington

CitySeattle


ACGME ID1405421434 Copy

LocationWashington, Seattle


Minimum requirements

Step 1: Cut-off / Preferred score--- / ---

Step 2: Cut-off / Preferred score--- / ---

US clinical experience (months)2 months

Graduation within (years)10

Step 1, 2(CK) on first attemptnot specified

ECFMG for interview not specified

Notes and additional requirements:
The University of Washington Internal Medicine Residency Program will accept applications from International Medical Graduates only if they meet all three (3) of the following criteria: THE APPLICANT MUST BE EITHER: A PERMANENT RESIDENT OF ONE OF THESE WWAMI STATES: Washington Wyoming Alaska Montana Idaho OR SPONSORED BY A FACULTY MEMBER OF THE UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON SCHOOL OF MEDICINE WHO HAS A PERSONAL OR PROFESSIONAL RELATIONSHIP WITH THE APPLICANT. The sponsoring faculty member must write a letter to the Internal Medicine Residency Program Director containing: A description of the relationship with the applicant (for example, common ties with the applicant’s school, serving as clinical or research supervisor during electives at the University of Washington, etc.) Information about the applicant’s academic background and qualifications. This letter must be submitted electronically via the ERAS Post Office. THE APPLICANT MUST HAVE DOCUMENTATION OF SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF EITHER: AT LEAST 8 WEEKS’ (2 MONTHS) OF INTERNAL MEDICINE CLINICAL CLERKSHIPS AND/OR SUB-INTERNSHIPS AT AN LCME-ACCREDITED U.S., PUERTO RICAN, OR CANADIAN MEDICAL SCHOOL. This training must have involved direct patient care responsibilities. Observer status ("observerships") or consultation rotations do not meet this requirement. A letter of recommendation from the supervising physician for this training must accompany your application. It must include the date, location, and type of clerkship or subinternship experience. This letter must be submitted electronically via the ERAS post office. These clinical experiences must be completed by November 30. OR DOCUMENTATION OF SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF AT LEAST FOUR MONTHS OF RESIDENCY TRAINING IN INTERNAL MEDICINE AT AN ACGME ACCREDITED U.S., PUERTO RICAN, OR CANADIAN PROGRAM. This training must have involved direct patient care responsibilities. Consultation rotations do not meet this requirement. A letter of recommendation from the program director for this training must accompany your ERAS application and must include the date and location of the residency training experience. This letter must be submitted electronically via the ERAS post office. These clinical experiences must be completed by November 30.
Contact information
Program directorKenneth Steinberg

Contact personSupport Staff

Contact phone(206) 543-3605

Contact email[email protected]

Program information

Setting typeAccredited lengthPositions by year
University hospital3 years65/52/52

Positions. offered(matched main match), previous year
1918140P2Med-Prelim/Ophthalmology5
1918140C0categorical39
1918140M0primary care13

Main Match unfilled past 3 yearsYes
1918140P0prelim-med 2019 6(5)

VisaJ1

Mean Step 1 score 200                 255

%IMGs (  US/   Non-US)

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Contact information
Program directorKenneth Steinberg

Contact personSupport Staff

Contact phone(206) 543-3605

Contact email[email protected]