How to Apply
- Applications for residency will only be accepted through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS).
- Applications must be received prior to Nov. 1 for consideration.
- Applications will only be considered complete when we have received the following through ERAS:
- Completed application form
- Three letters of recommendation
- Brief personal statement
- Medical school transcripts
- USMLE and COMLEX score(s)
- Deans letters
Applications will not be reviewed until all of the necessary documentation listed above is received.
4. Invitations to interview are sent out via e-mail at the
beginning of October.
5. Interviews are conducted beginning at the beginning of
October and run through Jan. 31 with the weeks of the
Christmas and New Year's holidays off.
You will receive instructions upon confirmation of an interview date directly from Annette Benavente, Residency Program Coordinator. In the event you are unable to keep your interview appointment, please call the Medical Education Office at 414-447-2505.
To view answers to frequently asked questions about the interview day, select a question below.
Where Should I Park?Please use our valet parking located at the circular drive on Chambers Street, available from 6 am to 8 pm Monday through Friday.
What Should I Bring?Adequate outerwear! We will be taking a short walk outdoors to get to our lunch destination and the weather can be unpredictable during interview season.
With Whom Will I Be Interviewing?Please report to the Medical Education Office (Room 2005), located on the second floor of St. Joseph, at your designated start time. You will be taken to the Radiology Department where the remainder of your morning will be split up into tours and interviews with two separate staff radiologists as well as the chief resident.
What Should I Expect On Interview Day?The interview day is an opportunity to get to know you better as well as allow applicants the chance to explore our department and ask questions. Our residents are an easy-going bunch. So, feel free to engage in conversation with everyone.
Will Meals Be Provided?Absolutely! We will take you to a local establishment (outside of the hospital) for lunch. Typically three residents are present during this informal meal to answer any lingering questions.
How Can I Find Out More?For more information about the Diagnostic Radiology Residency and your interview, please view our curriculum, current residents, successful alumni, or feel free to contact the residency coordinators, staff or residents.