Why EVMS Med Master's?

Since 1995, the EVMS Medical Master's Program has helped 85-90% of our students successfully place themselves in the entering classes of allopathic medical schools across the United States. Our Medical Master's Program has a rigorous medical curriculum with five of eight courses taken with first-year medical students, offers help in the non-academic aspects of the MD application, and is highly respected by medical schools. We have multiple levels of staff to support, mentor, and counsel students in a cooperative learning environment with a cohesive faculty (Award winning professors such as Craig Goodmurphy creator of the “Anatomy Guy” website). We are located in a Health Science Center Campus near a vibrant downtown, major college campus, and pristine beaches.

The EVMS Medical Master's Program offers a curriculum to better address non-academic aspects of the medical school application process. Our program will specifically address the medical interview (utilizing the well-established existing strengths of EVMS in standardized patient interviewing and feedback), a developing knowledge of the health care system (through our Presentation Skills and Professional Knowledge course), and articulating medical and volunteer activities.  In addition, we will focus on aspects of the patient history and physical with standardized patient feedback, and review of other professions in the health care team. Students will also improve presentation and organization skills through small group directed research and presentations in evidence based medicine cases.  Ample opportunities will also be available for modest involvement in a variety of community service activities.

Where Have They Gone?

Since the program began, our graduates have gone on to prestigious medical schools and highly competitive residencies.

Medical Schools

  • Albany Medical College
  • American University of the Caribbean SOM
  • Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University
  • Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine
  • George Washington University
  • Indiana University
  • Jefferson Medical College at Thomas Jefferson
  • Marshall University
  • Meharry School of Medicine
  • New York Medical College
  • Oregon Health & Sciences University
  • Penn State College of Medicine
  • Quillen College of Medicine at East Tennessee State University
  • Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine (UMDNJ-University of New Jersey Osteopathic Medicine
  • Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland
  • St. George’s University
  • Stony Brook University School of Medicine
  • SUNY Upstate Medical University
  • Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine
  • Tufts University
  • Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences
  • University of Buffalo
  • University of California – Irvine
  • University of California – San Francisco
  • University of Cincinnati
  • University of North Carolina
  • University of Oregon
  • University of Tennessee
  • University of Utah
  • University of Virginia
  • University of West Virginia
  • Virginia Commonwealth University
  • Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine
  • Wake Forest School of Medicine



Mayo School of Graduate Medical Education – MN

Rush University Medical Center - IL

Stony Brook University Medical Center – NY

University of Buffalo – NY

University of Southern California – CA

Wake Forest University - NC


Emory University - GA


Marshfield Clinic - WI

Diagnostic Radiology

St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital Center – NY

Emergency Medicine

Christiana Care Health Center – DE

Emory University - GA

UC Davis Medical Center – CA

University of Nevada – NV

Stony Brook University Medical Center– NY

Virginia Commonwealth University - VA

Family & Community Medicine

UC Davis Medical Center – CA

Family Medicine

Lynchburg Family Medicine/Centra Health – VA

Riverside Regional Medical Center – VA

University of Rochester Medical Center – NY

Wright State University/Dayton Community Hospital – OH

General Surgery

Allegheny General Hospital – PA

University of Colorado - CO

University of Hawaii – HI

University of Tennessee – TN

Wright State University – OH

Internal Medicine

Carolinas Medical Center – NC

Cleveland Clinic – OH

Eastern Virginia Medical School – VA

Emory University – GA

Florida Hospital Medical Center – FL

Mount Sinai Beth Israel – NY

Santa Clara Valley Medical Center – CA

University of Alabama-Birmingham - AL

University of South Alabama – AL

Internal Medicine, Ophthalmology

Eastern Virginia Medical School – VA


St. Joseph’s Hospital & Medical Center – AZ

Obstetrics & Gynecology

Brody SOM/Pitt County Memorial Hospital – NC

Eastern Virginia Medical School – VA

Jersey Shore University Medical Center – NJ

University of Maryland – MD

University of Virginia - VA

Orthopedic Surgery

Carolinas Healthcare System - NC


Virginia Commonwealth University – VA


Oregon Health & Sciences University – OR

University of North Carolina Hospital – NC

Pediatric Cardiology

Cohen’s Children’s Medical Center - NY

Pediatric Cardiology – Interventional

Harvard Medical School - MA

Pediatric Neurology

Washington University – MO


Cincinnati Children’s Hospital – OH

Eastern Virginia Medical School - VA

Georgetown University – Washington, D.C.

Inova Fairfax Hospital - VA

New York Medical College/Mariah Fareri’s Children’s Hospital – NY

New York University – NY

UC San Francisco - CA

Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

Eastern Virginia Medical School - VA


Preliminary, Dermatology

University of Louisville – KY

Preliminary, Surgery

Leigh Valley Health Network – PA

New York University SOM – NY


Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center - AZ

Hahnemann University Hospital – PA


Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center – WI

Christiana Care Health Services – DE


Inova Fairfax Hospital – VA


Flushing Hospital & Medical Center – NY

Transitional, Neurology

Emory University – GA


University of Kentucky – KY

Vascular Surgery

University of Pittsburgh Medical Center – PA

 Lists do not indicate multiple or duplicated acceptances or residencies.

Things to consider when selecting a post-baccalaureate program

Applying to medical school is often a multi-year process requiring dedication, perseverance, and a well-conceived application strategy.  While many applicants will be able to gain acceptance to a medical school at the end of their post-bac year, others will require another year and application cycle to complete the process.  Although the main focus of our post-bac program is academic achievement, the cooperative learning environment creates a sense of purpose for this effort.  Community service experiences which foster the sense of patient-centered learning and development of a culture of service and excellence to be all we can for our future patients are also very important aspects of the EVMS post-bac experience. The overall quality of the educational experience at EVMS, the moderate climate and abundant recreational/cultural amenities in the Hampton Roads area make this an ideal place to achieve your goals.