How to Apply to an EVMS Internship, Residency or Fellowship
Due to the wide variety of training programs offerd at Eastern Virginia Medical School, it is highly recommended that you visit the training program pages to determine the program's specific application process.
All of our National Resident Match Program (NRMP) eligible residencies and fellowships only accept applications through the Electronic Residency Application System (ERAS). While the Clinical Psychology Internship Program participates in the Association of Psychology Postdoctoral and Internship Centers (AAPIC) match, and the Podiatry Residency participates in the American Association of Colleges of Podiatric Medicine (AACPM) match.
Additional Requirements to Consider when Applying
Virginia Medical License Requirements
Trainees are provided the required temporary license to practice medicine in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
Federal Social Security Tax is deducted from the trainee’s stipend check. International medical graduates should contact the Office of Human Resources for clarification of the status of this requirement.
All incoming trainees are required to complete a number of pre-employment health requirements (including, but not limited to, a physical, drug screening, and TB screening). Please review the health requirements for incoming trainees information for more details.
Promotion to the next level of training and the corresponding reappointment of the current contract are dependent on the successful completion of the requirements and expectations of the current post graduate year including knowledge, skills, and professional development. Decisions on annual reappointment are made by the program director in conjunction with the program’s graduate medical education committee and based on quality of performance and conduct. Exceptions to this procedure include residents who are released from the program, performance which is below expected academic and/or personal standards, lack of completion of current year requirements, participation in a one year program, and/or voluntary resignation.
If required by the programs, trainees must be certified in PALS and/or, BCLS and/or ACLS. For information on other program specific requirements, applicants should contact the program director.