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What are the application requirements?
Einstein Medical Center's Emergency Medicine Residency Program participates in the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS). Complete applications require a dean's letter and transcript, National Board of Medical Examiners (NBME) transcript (USMLE Steps 1, 2 and 3, if available) or COMLEX score reports, and three letters of recommendation (minimum of one from Emergency Medicine).
All applications are carefully reviewed, and interviews are scheduled until all slots are filled. Early submission of ERAS applications is strongly encouraged.
How many PGY1 positions are available?
We accept 15 new residents each year, there are total of 54 residents in our program.
I am an osteopathic student, should I apply to Einstein through your AOA or Allopathic ERAS Programs?
You can forward your ERAS application through either, or both, ERAS programs to be considered for an emergency medicine residency position. If you are selected for an interview and toward the end of recruitment season, we ask that you indicate which Match Service (NMS or NRMP) you intend to participate.
Residency Program Administrator Department of Emergency Medicine 5501 Old York Road, Korman B-9 Philadelphia, PA 19141Phone:215-456-6336Fax:215-456-6601E-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org
Residency Program Coordinator Department of Emergency Medicine 5501 Old York Road, Korman B-9 Philadelphia, PA 19141Phone:215-456-6336Fax:215-456-6601E-mail:email@example.com
Jordan A. Spector, MD, MS gives a guided tour of the Einstein Medical Center Emergency Department.