Below is an overview of the application process, which includes the required ERAS documents and details about the interview and selection process when applying to the Northside Gwinnett Internal Medicine Graduate Program.
All information, including letters of recommendation must be in English. Non-translated documents will not be accepted.
To apply to the Transitional Year Graduate Medical Program, use ERAS, the Electronic Residency Application Service, for an efficient and centralized application experience. ERAS simplifies the application process, allowing you to apply to multiple programs with ease.
This service is provided by the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) and affords applicants to streamline the residency application process.
All applications to the Northside Transitional Year Residency Program must be received via ERAS.
Each application is reviewed for a potential interview. Applicants are interviewed from November to January. Candidates receiving interviews are selected based upon their ERAS application, personal statement, and letters of recommendation, academic record, and board exam scores. The residency program does not discriminate with regard to sex, race, age, religion, color, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, or veteran status.
Candidates who have been accepted for an interview will be evaluated based on their interviews, medical school academic performance, letters of recommendation, personal statement, and board exam scores
Interviews are conducted on selected dates from November through January. If selected for an interview, applicants will be notified by email. We are unable to provide applicants with a status report regarding their application or selection for interview.
Northside Gwinnett Transitional Year program makes all appointments through the National Residency Matching Program (NRMP). Applicants must register to participate in the Match as well as submit an application via ERAS.
All incoming residents must be credentialed via the Northside Medical Staff Office. Initial state licensure (the Georgia Medical License) will be need to be obtained prior to start date and is paid for by the Northside Graduate Medical Education Office. Information about previously existing grants, disclosures, scholarships, patents, and outside business ventures must be disclosed to Northside Hospital during onboarding.
Residents who fail to complete credentialing and other pre-employment requirements will not be permitted to begin the required New Resident/Fellow Orientation. This paid orientation generally begins in the last full week of June.
Northside Hospital Gwinnett is not able to sponsor any visas. We will consider applications from residency applicants who will be legally able to begin employment by the effective date of the Agreement of Appointment. Citizenship documentation must be provided to the GME Office for verification.
Any questions about the application process, please contact our Transitional Year Residency Program Coordinator.