The Graduate Medical Education Office at University of Maryland Capital Region Health support residents throughout their selection and training at University of Maryland Prince George’s Hospital Center.

We offer two exciting residency programs — Internal Medicine and Family Medicine. We're a training site for medical and technical programs from colleges and academic medical centers from the District of Columbia to Baltimore.

We are proud to be a safety net healthcare provider that offers a range of medical and surgical tertiary services including one of the region’s largest trauma centers and complex obstetrics and neonatal intensive care services.

If you are interested in learning more or applying for our Family Medicine or Internal Medicine residency program, please contact us:

University of Maryland Prince George’s Hospital Center
Office of Graduate Medical Education
3001 Hospital Drive
Dept. of Med., Fifth Floor
Cheverly, Maryland 20785
Phone: 301-618-3776
Fax: 301-618-2986
Email: impghc@dimensionshealth.org

Family Medicine Residency Application

Our Family Medicine residency program is limited to four residents each year to offer a uniquely personal and supportive education experience. We are committed to providing our residents with the best medical education in Family Medicine. You will practice medicine in a variety of clinical settings, both inpatient and outpatient including our new Family Wellness Center which allows you to treat patients of all ages with diverse medical issues. Clinical rotations include:

  • Children’s National Health System
  • Family Health and Wellness Center
  • Nursing homes
  • University of Maryland Prince George’s Hospital Center
  • Private practice

The Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education approves the UM Prince George’s Hospital Center Family Medicine residency. Applicants for first year positions must apply through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) and applicants are selected through the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP).

  • Application deadline for the 2017-2018 academic year is September 15, 2017. Applicants must:
  • Be a US citizenship, permanent resident or J1 visa (no H1 visas will be accepted)
  • Obtain letters of reference from the Dean of your medical school with transcript and three faculty letters, one of which must be from a Family Medicine provider within the past 2 years (preferably from a family medicine rotation)
  • Complete USMLE Steps 1 and 2 (CS/CK) or COMLEX-USA Equivalent
  • Have ECFMG Certification at the time of entrance into the Residency Program, if applicable

Internal Medicine Residency Application

Our Internal Medicine residency program at UM Prince George’s Hospital Center is designed to train physicians to become board-certified and handle all aspects of the practice of internal medicine. We build our curriculum according to the ACGME guidelines and offer two training programs:

  • 3-year categorical program — 12 positions available
  • 1-year preliminary program — 6 positions available

Categorical residents receive training in ambulatory and inpatient settings. We encourage residents to follow patients over the 3-year period. Program graduates are well prepared for careers in the practice of general internal medicine and may choose a career path in primary care or community medicine. Abundant clinical and research resources exist throughout the Prince George’s community and many graduates pursue these opportunities through clinical subspecialty fellowship.

Applicants for first year positions must apply through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) and applicants are selected through the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP).

Application deadline for the 2017-2018 academic year is September 1, 2017. Applicants must:

  • Be a US citizenship, permanent resident or J1 visa (no H1 visas will be accepted)
  • Be IMGs to ECFMG certified at the time of your application or far enough along in the application process that you will receive certification before the start of residency
  • Obtain letters of reference from the Dean of your medical school with transcript and three faculty letters
  • Complete USMLE Steps 1 and 2 (CS/CK) or COMLEX-USA Equivalent