Eisenhower Health participates in the match process. National Resident Matching Program (NRMP): ACGME-accredited residencies match offered through the NRMP is the matching program used by the Eisenhower’s Emergency Medicine, Family Medicine and Internal Medicine Programs.
Eisenhower Health participates with the NRMP to provide the opportunity for applicants to consider selection options. The residency program directors and staff evaluate the qualifications of all applicants to the programs before deciding who will be offered positions. Six categorical positions are matched for the first year of the Emergency Medicine residency.
THE NRMP Matching Process at Eisenhower Health:
NRMP Program Code 1485110C0
Applicants requesting application information from the residency programs are directed to the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS). Applicants submit their application with their required letters of recommendation, transcripts, and dean’s letters through ERAS for first year Positions.
Eisenhower Health accepts the universal application and requires all materials to be submitted in full before an interview may be scheduled.
Program directors and recruiting team members determine who will be invited to interview. Interviews are scheduled weekly from mid-October through mid-January. Informational program packets are distributed during the interviews. The interview team members then submit their ratings and collectively prepare a rank order of candidates. The designated staff person then enters the ranking list prior to the submission deadline.
As soon as the match results are received and are appropriate to release, the results are shared with each program director and letters of appointment are mailed and e-mailed to each new resident member.
All information submitted to the NRMP on the rank order lists is confidential. It will not be released or revealed in any manner that permits individual identification of either applicants or programs during the process.
Emergency Medicine Residency
Six categorical positions are matched for the first year of the Emergency Medicine residency.
We have developed a dynamic and engaging curriculum to cover the breadth and depth of emergency medicine knowledge. Weekly conference will generally include 4 hours of in-person didactics augmented with 1 hour asynchronous, self directed learning per week.
Our curriculum is organized into 4 weeks system based blocks.
We are focused on utilization of dynamic teaching methods, such as small group case based learning, Journal clubs, procedure/simulation lab, mock oral boards, inter-class medical jeopardy contests, rapid fire lightning lectures, and ultrasound practicals. As residents progress in their training they are expected to organize and provide lecture content themselves. The residency program provides the opportunity to attend one national conference per year, with additional funding available for residents who are invited to present their research at conferences.