Emergency Medicine Residency - Contact Information and Application Process
Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center’s residency programs will be participating in the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP) 2019 Match. Please refer to the “ACGME Residency – September Cycle” section of the ERAS 2019 Participating Specialties & Programs list for the listing of our program codes.
The NRMP Match calendar can be accessed here.
Please note that GSHMC will not be participating in NatMatch (“AOA Match”) for the 2019 recruitment season.
For more information, please contact the GME Office at 631-376-4163.
Application to the residency program is made through ERAS®. ERAS®, the Electronic Residency Application Service, is a service which transmits residency applications, letters of recommendation, MSPE’s, transcripts, COMLEX scores, and other supporting credentials from applicants and medical schools to us using the Internet.
|June 6, 2019||ERAS 2019- MYERAS opens|
|September 5, 2019||Starts applying residency program|
|September 15, 2019||Registration opens for 2019 main residency match|
|October 1, 2019||MSPE's released to residency programs|
|May 31, 2020||ERAS 2019 Season ends (MyERAS closes at 5pm ET)|
|June 2020||Orientation (typically within the last 2 weeks of June)|
|July 1, 2020||Residency Begins|
- Completed ERAS Application
- Medical School Transcript
- COMLEX Scores
- Personal Statement
- Dean’s Letter or Medical Student Performance Evaluation (MSPE)
- Letters of Recommendations (minimum of three, at least one must be from an emergency medicine physician)
- Standard Letter of Evaluation (SLOE)
- Recent Photograph (optional)
Any applicant for a GME program who has completed his/her medical education outside of the United States must obtain certification from the Education Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG) in order to participate in Good Samaritan’s GME program.
Non-U.S. citizens applying to Good Samaritan’s residency programs must either: (i) have unlimited authorization to work in the United States (such as a Green Card or Employment Authorization Document); or (ii) obtain J-1 visa sponsorship from the ECFMG. Good Samaritan’s Graduate Medical Education staff will assist in the application for J-1 status. If, for any reason, an applicant is unable to obtain sponsorship from the ECFMG, the applicant’s offer to participate in the residency program may be withdrawn.
Sponsorship for visas other than J-1 may be available for Fellowship programs on a case-by-case basis, upon prior approval by the Chairman of the Department of Graduate Medical Education.
GSHMC programs select trainees among eligible applicants on the basis of training program-related criteria such as their preparedness, ability, aptitude, academic credentials, communication skills, and personal qualities such as motivation and integrity, as well as professionalism. Our programs do not discriminate with regard to sex, race, age, religion, color, national origin, disability, or any other applicable legally protected status.
For more information on eligibility requirements, please refer to the ACGME website.
For additional information on the residency programs at Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center, please contact our Department of Medical Education:
Alison Kucera, Emergency Medicine Program Coordinator
Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center
Department of Medical Education
1000 Montauk Highway
West Islip, NY 11795
631/376-4163 - phone
631/376-3420 – fax