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At Lenox Hill Hospital our medical residents benefit from a creative curriculum, outstanding clinical teaching, numerous conferences, workshops and opportunities for scholarly activity. The program?s responsiveness to individuals? educational needs also contributes to their sense of professional fulfillment. Specific tracks for Primary Care, HIV specialist, soon Hospital Medicine, and other tailored clinical experiences enrich the learning process to meet individual educational goals.

Our patient services afford residents experience with a broad variety of acute illnesses in a patient population with diverse cultural, ethnic and socio-economic backgrounds. There is a full spectrum of subspecialty educational opportunities, including interactions with subspecialty fellows and attendings. State of the art critical care units are staffed by our full-time critical care faculty dedicated to teaching and supervision around the clock. The presence of medical students from New York University, SUNY Downstate and New York Medical College Schools of Medicine affords residents excellent opportunities to teach. Lenox Hill will also become a major teaching site for the new Hofstra-North Shore School of Medicine.

We are once again anticipating an exciting and productive year and we invite you to learn more about our program as you peruse our website. We look forward to meeting many of you this interview season.


Application process

The Department of Medicine accepts applications to the three year Categorical and one year Preliminary Internal Medicine Residency programs only through ERAS, the Electronic Residency Application Service sponsored by the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC). Please note that paper applications are not accepted. Please include the following supporting materials with your ERAS application:

  • USMLE scores
  • Three letters of recommendation
  • Personal Statement
  • Dean's Letter

Please note: Only J1 visas for international applicants are currently sponsored.

Although all applicants are reviewed for individual merit, the following criteria are generally preferred:

  • USMLE Medical Knowledge Steps 1 and/or 2 scores above 220 on the first attempt
  • A passing score on Step2/Clinical Skills Assessment on the first attempt
  • Medical school graduation within the past 3 years
  • U.S. clinical experience preferred

Applicants may only apply for the Categorical, Primary Care or Preliminary track. Interviews will be conducted on designated weekday mornings, by invitation, starting in mid-October through January. A rank list will be prepared and submitted to the National Residency Matching Program at the required time. All positions are filled through the Match..

Apply to the Internal Medicine Program through ERAS at:

If you have any questions, please contact Janice Coleman, Program Administrator at