NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center offers three different tracks within the Internal Medicine Residency Program. The large Categorical Program offers the traditional three years of training in the core of internal medicine. The Primary Care Program focuses on ambulatory internal medicine and academic general internal medicine, a veritable launching pad for someone interested in becoming an academic clinician-educator. Finally, the Medical Research Track provides accelerated clinical training for individuals with strong scientific research backgrounds who wish to pursue a career as a physician-scientist.
All of the internal medicine residency programs subscribe to the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP) for first-year trainees. Applicants are welcome to apply to as many of the tracks that interest them; application to each track is considered independently. Interviews begin in November 2020, continuing through mid-January 2021, and are by invitation only. Applicants will be considered for an interview on the basis of their overall record.
Please understand that the residency program leadership and the Intern Selection Committee respect the review process as fair and balanced. As such, we will not respond to any direct communications (email, phone, etc.) by an applicant prior to our first interview date in November.
The application deadline is October 21, 2020.
Use the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) through your dean's office and register with the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP). We accept intern applicants only through the NRMP Match. For further information, please contact us: NYPCornell-IMResidency@med.cornell.edu.
Please comply with the following guidelines when completing your application:
NOTE: If you are applying for the Medical Research Track, please also include:
While the Cornell Primary Care program is fully integrated into the Categorical residency program, it has a separate match through its unique NRMP program number. We urge those committed to primary care to apply to this program. Please see above information for deadlines, interview dates, and NRMP match numbers. If we can answer further questions, or if you would like to be in direct contact with a resident or faculty member, please do not hesitate to reach out to the Ambulatory Chief Resident: (212) 746-3512, who will facilitate that process.