We welcome applicants from a diverse set of backgrounds and life experiences. We are committed to building an inclusive community of trainees and faculty who foster diversity within our residency program.
ERAS is the Electronic Residency Application Service from the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC). The Department of Internal Medicine requires applications be submitted through the ERAS. University of Nebraska Medical Center participates in the National Residency Matching Program (NRMP).
For the 2021-22 recruitment season, our residency program will participate in the supplemental application program offered through the AAMC’s ERAS program. It is completely optional; applicants electing to not complete the supplemental application will not be adversely affected. Applicants choosing to submit a supplemental application also will be required to complete the MyERAS application. The supplemental application is supported by a platform that is separate from the MyERAS application; for more information regarding the supplemental application see the following link: AAMC website.
We invite you to apply to one or more of our training tracks:
Categorical: 1376140C0, 26 resident complement
Preliminary: 1376140P0, 6 resident complement
Primary Care: 1376140M0, 2 resident complement as part of categorical track
Medicine-Geriatrics: 1376140C1, 2 resident complement as part of categorical track
Before an invitation can be extended, we must have the following materials on file from ERAS:
International graduates should also submit their ECFMG status report, visa status and documentation of additional education and/or clinical experience in the United States, if applicable.
We are frequently asked for specific criteria for International Medical Graduates. Typically, IMG candidates who have been invited to interview have had the following characteristics:
- Pass all USMLE exams on the first attempt.
- J-1 Visa or US Naturalization. H1B sponsorship will be considered, but is not guaranteed. If H1B sponsorship is approved, but start date will be delayed, the program reserves the right to require a J-1 visa.
- Graduation date within 5 years.
The University of Nebraska Medical Center provides equal opportunity in education without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, marital status, disability, or status as a disabled veteran or Vietnam era in accordance with the University of Nebraska’s policy and applicable federal and state statutes and regulations.
The National Resident Matching Program (NRMP) has guidelines for the interview and matching process that we take very seriously. Within these guidelines, we want to make sure that you have all the information that you need to make the most important decision of your professional life. We will work hard to address all your questions and concerns. Please keep the policies below in mind.
- We welcome any questions you have at any time – all program directors and chief residents have been officially designated as available to answer your questions or to respond to concerns.
- While specific questions are welcome and will be promptly answered, post-interview correspondence is not in any way required and will not influence your rank position. This includes thank you cards.
- There will be no program initiated post-interview communications.
- We are required by the Match Agreement to provide a sample contract you would be expected to sign if you match to our program. Please review our 2021-2022 House Officer Contract for more information about GME at UNMC. The GME House Officer Manual, including house officer policies, can be found at this link on the GME web site.