Our six preliminary program spots are tied to applicants applying to HonorHealth's Dermatology and Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Residency Programs. Our preliminary residents enjoy the same perks of being a HonorHealth resident, including our robust educational curriculum to help build a strong foundation for their future careers.
Preliminary resident rotation schedule
- Ambulatory medicine - 12 weeks
- Inpatient - 20 weeks
- Night float - 4 weeks
- Sub-specialty electives - 12 weeks
- ICU medicine - 4 weeks
Specific application instructions
The six preliminary positions are registered with the NRMP as Joint Advance-Preliminary (AP) tracks with two positions linked to our Dermatology Residency (0800300148) and two positions linked to our Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Residency (34003000010).
Unless you are dual applying to the Internal Medicine Residency program for a categorical position, please be sure to apply to the preliminary track only if you are applying to an advance match program (Dermatology or PM&R).
Please note: You must apply to our preliminary track separately – applying to your advanced program does not automatically connect you to the preliminary track.
You can locate the program in ERAS by using the search function and entering the program’s ACGME accreditation number, 1400300537. A list of tracks with the accompanying NRMP program codes will appear under the program. The NRMP preliminary codes are:
- Internal Medicine Preliminary Track for Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation: 192140P1
- Internal Medicine Preliminary Track for Dermatology: NRMP program code 192140P2
For further clarification on applying for, and simultaneously matching for, a preliminary and advance positions, please review National Residency Matching Program website.
Please contact us if you have any questions!