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Residency Application
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If you are interested in applying for a residency position, please submit all required information through ERAS. Feel free to contact us with any specific questions at (708) 216-6063 or e-mail our Program Coordinator, Jill Wallock, at jwalloc@lumc.edu.

  • Applications will be accepted via ERAS only.
  • All applications must be received by December 1st.
  • Applicants must have graduated from medical school within the last two years.
  • Applicants from international medical schools must be ECFMG eligible prior to any interview and certified prior to starting residency, if matched.
  • J1 visas are sponsored. H1B visas will not be sponsored.
  • Applicants with DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) status are welcome.

Regarding letters of recommendation, our program requires letters from your school's Departmental Chairs of both Medicine and Pediatrics. You may submit up to 2 additional letters (for a maximum of 4 total letters) with your application.

Interview day Schedule

Wednesday
5:30pm
................................ Medicine/Med-Peds Social Event

Thursday
7:45am............................... Welcome
8:00am............................... Pediatrics Morning Report
9:00am............................... Program Director Introduction
10:15am............................. Interviews with Med-Peds Faculty
12:00pm............................. Medicine Clinical Pathophysiology Conference (CPC)
1:00pm
............................... Lunch with Med-Peds Residents
2:15pm............................... Tour of Hospital Campus
3:30pm............................... Wrap-up

Our Commitment to Diversity:

As in the Departments of Medicine and Pediatrics, the Loyola Med-Peds Residency Program is committed to training physicians from all backgrounds, including those from underrepresented groups. By working in a diverse environment, all trainees benefit from enhanced cross-cultural awareness and communication skills needed to provide culturally competent care. Given that our patients come from a variety of ethnic/cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds, building a diverse and talented community of residents and fellows is a necessity. The Office of Diversity and Inclusion (ODI) engages with all training programs to facilitate the recruitment and advancement of bright underrepresented physicians who are equipped to become leaders and meet the varying needs of our patient community. Specifically ODI works to:

1. Increase recruitment of talented minority trainees into residency and fellowship programs
2. Provide underrepresented trainees with mentorship, career development and opportunities for networking
3. Create an environment that promotes retention and satisfaction of diverse house staff

For more information about diversity and outreach programs please contact Dr. Darlene Saporu, Assistant Dean of Diversity (dsaporu@lumc.edu) or visit the Office of Diversity and Inclusion website.

Combined Medicine-Pediatrics Residency