We are committed to find diverse and talented residents seeking to treat medically and socially complex patients with dignity and compassion through a broad range of longitudinal clinical, educational, and research opportunities. We perform thoughtful and holistic reviews of all applicants, and we exclude standardized test scores in our review process.


Resident Salaries

PGY-1: $70,546

PGY-2: $74,622

PGY-3: $77,196

Other Benefits

  • Health, dental, and vision, disability, and life insurance with opportunities to earn discounts
  • Discounted parking on campus, bicycle commuter benefits
  • Discounted rates at UChicago gym
  • Optional retirement accounts with employee matching opportunities
  • Educational fund that covers study materials or conference fees

Application Requirements

  • Applicants are required to submit applications via Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS)
  • Applications should include 4 letters of recommendation:
    • 1 from MSPE/Dean of Students
    • 1 from Department of medicine Chair or their designee
    • 2 from additional faculty members who have directly supervised your work
  • ERAS supplemental application is optional
  • International Medical Graduates must apply through the ECFMG office in Philadelphia. Please call (215) 386-5900 for details.
    • Three months of supervised U.S. clinical experience is a mandatory requirement. Please note that an observership or externship is not considered clinical experience.
  • Applicants must register for the National Residency Matching Program (NRMP)
2022 Residents brochure. (Photo by Jean Lachat)

All interviews will be virtual

    • Our interview season will run from November 2 to January 12
    • All applicants who are invited to interview will also be offered an optional informal virtual social event with our housestaff.

Contact Info 

5841 S Maryland Avenue MC 7082

Chicago, IL 60637

Tel: 773-702-1447

[email protected]

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“Being an intern in internal medicine was a busy and challenging year, but I certainly learned a lot. I was also able to meet and work with amazing cointerns and make some incredible lifelong friends.” – Mike Z., Prelim 2020