Mount Carmel Graduate Medical Education currently has six ACGME fully accredited residency programs and one accredited Fellowship:

Since our inception, educating fellows. resident physicians and medical students to elevate the standard of care has been a core mission of the Mount Carmel Graduate Medical Education. Mount Carmel is an educational environment in which your goals and aspirations will be nurtured. The educational opportunities, resident, fellow and faculty achievements, and our team of caring staff all make medical education here outstanding. We look forward to working with you throughout your residency and fellowship, so that you can experience first-hand what makes the Mount Carmel experience something extraordinary.

Applying to Mount Carmel Residency and Fellowship Programs

Thank you for your interest in our residency and fellowship programs.

  • Eligibility requirements may vary by specialty program. Please refer to specific requirements for each specialty program.
  • All applications must be submitted electronically via the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS), unless you are applying off-cycle to the Geriatrics fellowship.
  • Mount Carmel residency and fellowship programs participate in the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP).
  • Once submitted through ERAS, your application will be reviewed by the Program Director and/or the Associate and Assistant Program Directors. Invitations to interview will be sent via email.

Virtual Interviews

Due to the challenges and risks imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic, Mount Carmel Graduate Medical Education will follow the guidelines for resident interviews set forth by The Coalition for Physician Accountability, a cross-organizational group composed of AACOM, AAMC, ACGME, AMA, AOGME, AOA, ECFMG, FSMB, LCME, NBME and NBOME.

The traditional in-person interview process for applicants will be converted to virtual (online) interviews beginning in the 2020-2021 academic year. In preparation for this, our GME program has created the Virtual Interview Residency Task (VIRT) Force composed of program directors, residents, program administrators, as well as media and marketing personnel to address all aspects of the virtual (online) interview process.

After considerable review, the VIRT Force selected Thalamus as the software platform to host virtual online interviews for all our programs. Thalamus was developed as a collaboration of program directors, program administrators and applicants/medical students. Our goal is to provide our applicants/medical students with the best possible interview experience. To view the Thalamus Applicant User Guide, click here.

The VIRT Force is open to any feedback and welcomes suggestions from applicants in order to continue to improve this interview experience. We look forward to receiving your residency application. Thank you for your interest in Mount Carmel Graduate Medical Education.

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