The Department of Medicine is affiliated with Yale University and is currently training 42 residents and 12 fellows (Cardiology, Interventional Cardiology, Gastroenterology, Geriatrics and Pulmonary).

In order to apply by ERAS to our Program:

Your USMLE scores must be > 230 (first attempt)  in each step and at least one of the following:

  • Internal Medicine residency training
  • Significant US clinical experience
  • Significant research and publications in peer-reviewed journals
  • Medical school graduate date or gap since significant clinical work must be under 5 years (we might consider larger gaps in a few cases, depending on your clinical background
  • Advanced degrees that contribute to competence in clinical/research arenas: MPH, PhD, MRCP

We also need to review:

  • At least 3 CLINICAL Letters of Recommendation
  • We accept BOTH AMERICAN AND INTERNATIONAL MEDICAL GRADUATES
  • We sponsor both J1 and H1-B visas
  • In order for us to sponsor the H1-B visa, USMLE Step III must be taken and cleared before you enter the Match. Applications for visas/status are sent out IMMEDIATELY after we receive our match results in early-March. If the Step III results are not available on that day, a J-1 visa will be the only option offered. NO EXEPTIONS.

Thank you for your interest in our Program.

SINCERELY,

David Lobo, MD, FACP
Program Director - Internal Medicine Residency Program
Department of Medicine
Bridgeport Hospital/Yale New Haven Health

Elsa Riccio
Program Coordinator
Internal Medicine Residency Program
Bridgeport Hospital/Yale New Haven Health