How to Apply
Must be a graduate of an AOA-Commission of Osteopathic College Accreditation accredited College of Osteopathic Medicine, have passed COMLEX-USA Level 1, Level 2 CE and 2 PE and COMLEX-USA Level 3 prior to the initiation of their OGME-3 year. Candidates should be members of the American Osteopathic Association in good standing and have thorough knowledge of and commitment to the Code of Ethics of the AOA to guide the applicant in his/her practice. Membership in the AOA must be maintained throughout the fellowship. Fellows must be listed as board-eligible or certified in internal medicine by the American Osteopathic Board of Internal Medicine to enroll in the two or three-year subspecialty training program.
All Applicants Must Submit the Following
- Official medical school transcripts
- Copy of Dean’s Letter
- NBOME scores
- Three letters of recommendation
- Completed ERAS application
Policy and Procedure for Selection of Fellows
All completed applications received will be reviewed by the program director and associate program director who will then decide which candidates will appear for an interview. After the interview process the final selection will be at the discretion of the program director with advice given by the associate program director and faculty. Selected candidates will be required to respond in writing regarding their acceptance or non-acceptance. All candidates selected by the program director must meet the approval of the director of medical education. All trainees will be provided a contract in accordance with the residency training requirements of the ACGME. Upon satisfactory completion of the training program, the trainee shall be awarded a certificate that indicates the fulfillment of the program requirements, start and completion dates of the program and signatures of the program director and director of medical education.
For more information, contact Bria Douglas, program coordinator, at
773-878-8200 ext. 5994 or BDouglas@schosp.org.