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Has anyone heard from University of Florida, Jacksonville and Gainesville, and Cleveland clinic florida? Thank you in advance.
 

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AMG-MD
Arrowhead Regional Medical Center (8/12)
BWH (7/30)
Cedars-Sinai (8/14)
Columbia-NYP (7/26)
Dartmouth (8/2)
Duke (8/2)
Emory (7/22, 7/29)
Iowa (8/6)
Johns Hopkins (7/22)
Loma Linda University Health Education Consortium Program (8/14, 8/30)
LSU - New Orleans (7/29, 8/8)
Maine Medical Center (8/21)
Mayo- Rochester (7/16, 7/23)
MCW (7/22)
Medstar Health/Georgetown Washington Hospital Program(8/1)
MGH/BIDMC (8/6)
Montefiore (7/31)
Mount Sinai (7/29)
MUSC (7/22)
Northwestern (7/24)
NorthShore LIJ (8/5)
OHSU (8/5, 8/26)
Penn State Health Milton Hershey Medical Center (8/1)
Stanford (8/8)
Temple University (7/29)
Tufts (8/8)
UC Davis (8/20)
UCI (Irvine) (8/5) (8/9)
UCLA (7/22)
UCLA-Harbor (8/7, 8/14)
UCSD (8/15)
UCSF (7/29)
UCSF Fresno (8/26)
UMMS-Baystate (8/9)
University of Arizona, Phoenix (8/7)
University of Arizona, Tucson (7/17)
University of Chicago (7/25)
University of Colorado (8/1)
University of Maryland (7/21)
University of Miami/Jackson Memorial (8/5)
University of Michigan (7/31)
University of Nebraska (8/7)
University of North Carolina (8/5)
University of Pennsylvania (8/5)
University of Pittsburgh (8/5)
University of South Florida (7/26)
University of Utah (8/1)
University of Virginia (7/30)
University of Washington (Physician Scientist) (7/26)
University of Washington (Clinician Educator) (8/12)
UT Southwestern (7/25)
UW-Madison (7/22)
Vanderbilt (7/18, 7/25)
Virginia Commonwealth (8/6)
Wake Forest (7/29)
WashU (7/17)
Yale (7/25)

AMG-DO
Arrowhead Regional Medical Center (8/12)
Acknowledgment from Arizona Tucson (7/23)
Baylor Scott & White (8/08)
Houston Methodist (7/31)
Orlando Health (Pulm Only) (08/02)
Loma Linda (8/14)
Loyola University (7/23)
St Louis University (8/06)
University of North Carolina (8/02)
University of South Florida (8/09)
Virginia Commonwealth (8/06)

IMG-US (does NOT need Visa)
Acknowledgment from Cook County Health (7/30), (7/30)
Acknowledgment from Arizona Tucson 7/23
Bayonet/HCA (8/8)
Beaumont Royal Oak (8/1)
ECU (8/2)
Einstein- Philly (7/30)
Geisinger (8/9)
Henry Ford/Wayne State (8/7)
Indiana University (7/25)
Loma Linda (8/15)
Loyola (8/14)
MCW (7/26)
Montefiore (7/31)
Newark Beth Israel (08/30)
Robert Packer/Guthrie Program (8/1)
Rutgers-NJMS (08/13)
Temple University (7/29)
Texas Tech University (8/1)
UH Cleveland Medical Center (8/14)
UCSD (8/15)
University of Cincinnati (7/24)
University of Iowa (7/25)
University of Minnesota (8/7)
University of Mississippi (7/26)
University of Nebraska (8/8)
University of Wisconsin-Madison (7/29)
U of M. CCM (7/15)
University of Miami/Jackson Memorial (8/5)
UT San Antonio (8/7)
UT Houston (8/9)
Wake Forest (7/26)

IMG-International (needs Visa)

Stanford - CCM 7/19
Cooper NJ CCM (7/26)
SLU CCM (7/30)
Medical College of Wisconsin (7/22)
East Carolina Uni/Vidant Med Center (7/25)
Wake Forest Uni (7/26)
Einstein (7/30)
Houston Methodist (7/31)
Lehigh Valley Health Network (8/1)
Robert Packer/Guthrie (8/1)
Main Line Health - Lankenau Medical Center (8/2)
Prisma Health/USC SOM (7/25)
Saint Louis University (8/6)
Texas Tech Lubbock (8/1)
University of Maryland (7/29)
University of Toledo (08/02)
University of Mississippi
University of Tennessee Memphis (8/6)
University of Arizona (8/15)
Mayo Clinic Florida (8/15)
Lenox Hill (8/15)
Loma Linda (8/15)
Beaumont Royal Oak
Carilion clinic (8/3)
Rutgers (8/9)
UNMC (8/9)
LSU Shreveport (8/13)
University of Oklahoma (8/13)
Rutgers NJMC (8/13)
University of Tennessee (Knoxville) (8/14)
NSUH-LIJ
St Jone Ascension Hospital 8/12
St Louis University 8/13

Acknowledgement from Cook County 7/30
Acknowledgement from Arizona 7/23

Rejections

Allegheny Health 08/29- US IMG
University of Alabama 7/26 IMG- non US.
Mayo Clinic (7/29) (8/6 - Rochester) - IMG US, IMG no visa
WashU CCM (7/31) - IMG visa, AMG-DO
University of Pennsylvania (8/01, 8/6)- US IMG and AMG MD and AMG -DO
UNC Chapel Hill (8/1, 8/15) (8/1)- AMG-MD and IMG International, IMG no visa, AMG-DO
Emory PCCM/CCM (08/02) - IMG International and AMG-DO
Lehigh Valley University of South Florida (8/3)- US/IMG, IMG no visa, AMG-DO
Brigham and Women (8/5) AMG-MD
Yale New Heaven (8/5)(8/8) - IMG visa, IMG no visa
Boston University (8/13) IMG Visa, AMG-DO
Columbia University (8/14) - US/IMG
NY Presbyterian Columbia 8/15 -IMG visa
 
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Having had only 3 interviews yet, i am thinking of a back up plan for sleep medicine and need some advice. As sleep medicine is also a July cycle eras specialty, is it wise to apply to sleep medicine programs now? Do most positions go unfilled and programs can be contacted after the general match results? Any advice on sleep medicine application would be appreciated. Thanks
 

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Hi - anyone heard back from NYU/ CCF/ CWRU/ MetroHealth/ Mt Sinai BI-SLR / NYP Queens yet ? Aren't they taking a tad too long to review apps ?
 

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Dartmouth (8/2)
Duke (8/2)
Emory (7/22, 7/29)
EVMS (9/3)
Iowa (8/6)
Johns Hopkins (7/22)
Loma Linda University Health Education Consortium Program (8/14, 8/30)
LSU - New Orleans (7/29, 8/8)
Maine Medical Center (8/21)
Mayo- Rochester (7/16, 7/23)
MCW (7/22)
Medstar Health/Georgetown Washington Hospital Program(8/1)
MGH/BIDMC (8/6)
Montefiore (7/31)
Mount Sinai (7/29)
MUSC (7/22)
Northwestern (7/24)
NorthShore LIJ (8/5)
OHSU (8/5, 8/26)
Penn State Health Milton Hershey Medical Center (8/1)
Stanford (8/8)
Temple University (7/29)
Tufts (8/8)
UC Davis (8/20)
UCI (Irvine) (8/5) (8/9)
UCLA (7/22)
UCLA-Harbor (8/7, 8/14)
UCSD (8/15)
UCSF (7/29)
UCSF Fresno (8/26)
UMMS-Baystate (8/9)
University of Arizona, Phoenix (8/7)
University of Arizona, Tucson (7/17)
University of Chicago (7/25)
University of Colorado (8/1)
University of Maryland (7/21)
University of Miami/Jackson Memorial (8/5)
University of Michigan (7/31)
University of Nebraska (8/7)
University of North Carolina (8/5)
University of Pennsylvania (8/5)
University of Pittsburgh (8/5)
University of South Florida (7/26)
University of Utah (8/1)
University of Virginia (7/30)
University of Washington (Physician Scientist) (7/26)
University of Washington (Clinician Educator) (8/12)
UT Southwestern (7/25)
UW-Madison (7/22)
Vanderbilt (7/18, 7/25)
Virginia Commonwealth (8/6)
Wake Forest (7/29)
WashU (7/17)
Yale (7/25)

AMG-DO
Arrowhead Regional Medical Center (8/12)
Acknowledgment from Arizona Tucson (7/23)
Baylor Scott & White (8/08)
Houston Methodist (7/31)
Orlando Health (Pulm Only) (08/02)
Loma Linda (8/14)
Loyola University (7/23)
St Louis University (8/06)
University of North Carolina (8/02)
University of South Florida (8/09)
Virginia Commonwealth (8/06)

IMG-US (does NOT need Visa)
Acknowledgment from Cook County Health (7/30), (7/30)
Acknowledgment from Arizona Tucson 7/23
Bayonet/HCA (8/8)
Beaumont Royal Oak (8/1)
ECU (8/2)
Einstein- Philly (7/30)
Geisinger (8/9)
Henry Ford/Wayne State (8/7)
Indiana University (7/25)
Loma Linda (8/15)
Loyola (8/14)
MCW (7/26)
Montefiore (7/31)
Newark Beth Israel (08/30)
Robert Packer/Guthrie Program (8/1)
Rutgers-NJMS (08/13)
Temple University (7/29)
Texas Tech University (8/1)
UH Cleveland Medical Center (8/14)
UCSD (8/15)
University of Cincinnati (7/24)
University of Iowa (7/25)
University of Minnesota (8/7)
University of Mississippi (7/26)
University of Nebraska (8/8)
University of Wisconsin-Madison (7/29)
U of M. CCM (7/15)
University of Miami/Jackson Memorial (8/5)
UT San Antonio (8/7)
UT Houston (8/9)
Wake Forest (7/26)

IMG-International (needs Visa)

Stanford - CCM 7/19
Cooper NJ CCM (7/26)
SLU CCM (7/30)
Medical College of Wisconsin (7/22)
East Carolina Uni/Vidant Med Center (7/25)
Wake Forest Uni (7/26)
Einstein (7/30)
Houston Methodist (7/31)
Lehigh Valley Health Network (8/1)
Robert Packer/Guthrie (8/1)
Main Line Health - Lankenau Medical Center (8/2)
Prisma Health/USC SOM (7/25)
Saint Louis University (8/6)
Texas Tech Lubbock (8/1)
University of Maryland (7/29)
University of Toledo (08/02)
University of Mississippi
University of Tennessee Memphis (8/6)
University of Arizona (8/15)
Mayo Clinic Florida (8/15)
Lenox Hill (8/15)
Loma Linda (8/15)
Beaumont Royal Oak
Carilion clinic (8/3)
Rutgers (8/9)
UNMC (8/9)
LSU Shreveport (8/13)
University of Oklahoma (8/13)
Rutgers NJMC (8/13)
University of Tennessee (Knoxville) (8/14)
NSUH-LIJ
St Jone Ascension Hospital 8/12
St Louis University 8/13

Acknowledgement from Cook County 7/30
Acknowledgement from Arizona 7/23

Rejections

Allegheny Health 08/29- US IMG
University of Alabama 7/26 IMG- non US.
Mayo Clinic (7/29) (8/6 - Rochester) - IMG US, IMG no visa
WashU CCM (7/31) - IMG visa, AMG-DO
University of Pennsylvania (8/01, 8/6)- US IMG and AMG MD and AMG -DO
UNC Chapel Hill (8/1, 8/15) (8/1)- AMG-MD and IMG International, IMG no visa, AMG-DO
Emory PCCM/CCM (08/02) - IMG International and AMG-DO
Lehigh Valley University of South Florida (8/3)- US/IMG, IMG no visa, AMG-DO
Brigham and Women (8/5) AMG-MD
Yale New Heaven (8/5)(8/8) - IMG visa, IMG no visa
Boston University (8/13) IMG Visa, AMG-DO
Columbia University (8/14) - US/IMG
NY Presbyterian Columbia 8/15 -IMG visa
 
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Sorry for the late update. Been crazy busy. Added a few more in IMG visa category.

AMG-MD
Arrowhead Regional Medical Center (8/12)
BWH (7/30)
Cedars-Sinai (8/14)
Columbia-NYP (7/26)
Dartmouth (8/2)
Duke (8/2)
Emory (7/22, 7/29)
EVMS (9/3)
Iowa (8/6)
Johns Hopkins (7/22)
Loma Linda University Health Education Consortium Program (8/14, 8/30)
LSU - New Orleans (7/29, 8/8)
Maine Medical Center (8/21)
Mayo- Rochester (7/16, 7/23)
MCW (7/22)
Medstar Health/Georgetown Washington Hospital Program(8/1)
MGH/BIDMC (8/6)
Montefiore (7/31)
Mount Sinai (7/29)
MUSC (7/22)
Northwestern (7/24)
NorthShore LIJ (8/5)
OHSU (8/5, 8/26)
Penn State Health Milton Hershey Medical Center (8/1)
Stanford (8/8)
Temple University (7/29)
Tufts (8/8)
UC Davis (8/20)
UCI (Irvine) (8/5) (8/9)
UCLA (7/22)
UCLA-Harbor (8/7, 8/14)
UCSD (8/15)
UCSF (7/29)
UCSF Fresno (8/26)
UMMS-Baystate (8/9)
University of Arizona, Phoenix (8/7)
University of Arizona, Tucson (7/17)
University of Chicago (7/25)
University of Colorado (8/1)
University of Maryland (7/21)
University of Miami/Jackson Memorial (8/5)
University of Michigan (7/31)
University of Nebraska (8/7)
University of North Carolina (8/5)
University of Pennsylvania (8/5)
University of Pittsburgh (8/5)
University of South Florida (7/26)
University of Utah (8/1)
University of Virginia (7/30)
University of Washington (Physician Scientist) (7/26)
University of Washington (Clinician Educator) (8/12)
UT Southwestern (7/25)
UW-Madison (7/22)
Vanderbilt (7/18, 7/25)
Virginia Commonwealth (8/6)
Wake Forest (7/29)
WashU (7/17)
Yale (7/25)

AMG-DO
Arrowhead Regional Medical Center (8/12)
Acknowledgment from Arizona Tucson (7/23)
Baylor Scott & White (8/08)
Houston Methodist (7/31)
Orlando Health (Pulm Only) (08/02)
Loma Linda (8/14)
Loyola University (7/23)
St Louis University (8/06)
University of North Carolina (8/02)
University of South Florida (8/09)
Virginia Commonwealth (8/06)

IMG-US (does NOT need Visa)
Acknowledgment from Cook County Health (7/30), (7/30)
Acknowledgment from Arizona Tucson 7/23
Bayonet/HCA (8/8)
Beaumont Royal Oak (8/1)
ECU (8/2)
Einstein- Philly (7/30)
Geisinger (8/9)
Henry Ford/Wayne State (8/7)
Indiana University (7/25)
Loma Linda (8/15)
Loyola (8/14)
MCW (7/26)
Montefiore (7/31)
Newark Beth Israel (08/30)
Robert Packer/Guthrie Program (8/1)
Rutgers-NJMS (08/13)
Temple University (7/29)
Texas Tech University (8/1)
UH Cleveland Medical Center (8/14)
UCSD (8/15)
University of Cincinnati (7/24)
University of Iowa (7/25)
University of Minnesota (8/7)
University of Mississippi (7/26)
University of Nebraska (8/8)
University of Wisconsin-Madison (7/29)
U of M. CCM (7/15)
University of Miami/Jackson Memorial (8/5)
UT San Antonio (8/7)
UT Houston (8/9)
Wake Forest (7/26)

IMG-International (needs Visa)

Stanford - CCM 7/19
Cooper NJ CCM (7/26)
SLU CCM (7/30)

Allegheny General Hospital, PA (8/23)
Beaumont Royal Oak
Carilion clinic (8/3)
East Carolina Uni/Vidant Med Center (7/25)
East Tennessee State University (8/26)
Einstein (7/30)
Houston Methodist (7/31)
Lehigh Valley Health Network (8/1)
Lenox Hill (8/15)
Loma Linda (8/15)
LSU Shreveport (8/13)
Medical College of Wisconsin (7/22)
Main Line Health - Lankenau Medical Center (8/2)
Mayo Clinic Florida (8/15)
NSUH-LIJ
Prisma Health/USC SOM (7/25)
Robert Packer/Guthrie (8/1)
Rutgers (8/9)
Rutgers NJMC (8/13)
Rush University Medical Center (8/28)
Saint Louis University (8/6 and 8/13)
St Jone Ascension Hospital 8/12
SUNY Downstate (8/23)
Spectrum Health/ MSU (8/19)

Texas Tech Lubbock (8/1)
University of Arizona (8/15)
University of Maryland (7/29)
University of Toledo (08/02)
University of Mississippi
University of Tennessee Memphis (8/6)
University of Tennessee (Knoxville) (8/14)
University of Oklahoma (8/13)
University of Texas -Houston (8/30)
University of Texas-San Antonio (9/3)

UNMC (8/9)
Wake Forest Uni (7/26)

Acknowledgement from Cook County 7/30
Acknowledgement from Arizona 7/23

Rejections
Allegheny Health 08/29- US IMG
University of Alabama 7/26 IMG- non US.
Mayo Clinic (7/29) (8/6 - Rochester) - IMG US, IMG no visa
WashU CCM (7/31) - IMG visa, AMG-DO
University of Pennsylvania (8/01, 8/6)- US IMG and AMG MD and AMG -DO
UNC Chapel Hill (8/1, 8/15) (8/1)- AMG-MD and IMG International, IMG no visa, AMG-DO
Emory PCCM/CCM (08/02) - IMG International and AMG-DO
Lehigh Valley University of South Florida (8/3)- US/IMG, IMG no visa, AMG-DO
Brigham and Women (8/5) AMG-MD
Yale New Heaven (8/5)(8/8) - IMG visa, IMG no visa
Boston University (8/13) IMG Visa, AMG-DO
Columbia University (8/14) - US/IMG
NY Presbyterian Columbia 8/15 -IMG visa
 
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Is it pretty much just rejections from here on out?

No I personally know several programs that haven't sent invites yet. I would say 30-40% of programs are left, they are just sitting on it. I am still getting interviews regularly for the last week, give or take a few days. Also around now is where people with 20+ interviews start to cancel, so last minute invites will come in now and then.
 
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No I personally know several programs that haven't sent invites yet. I would say 30-40% of programs are left, they are just sitting on it. I am still getting interviews regularly for the last week, give or take a few days. Also around now is where people with 20+ interviews start to cancel, so last minute invites will come in now and then.

20 invites? Damn that’s a lot
 

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No I personally know several programs that haven't sent invites yet. I would say 30-40% of programs are left, they are just sitting on it. I am still getting interviews regularly for the last week, give or take a few days. Also around now is where people with 20+ interviews start to cancel, so last minute invites will come in now and then.

Maybe I should cancel a couple for good karma
 
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Girls, if you are interviewing on U of Tennessee Memphis on 9/16, free feel to come squeeze with me in Crowne Plaza Memphis Downtown the night before the interview. It is crazy expensive, double bed, and I already booked it, so you don't even have to share the fees with me if you are broke. Just come by, keep me company and don't smoke! I am a female and this is a females-only offer. PM me from sdn.
 
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AMG-MD
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BWH (7/30)
Cedars-Sinai (8/14)
Columbia-NYP (7/26)
Dartmouth (8/2)
Duke (8/2)
Emory (7/22, 7/29)
EVMS (9/3)
Iowa (8/6)
Johns Hopkins (7/22)
Loma Linda University Health Education Consortium Program (8/14, 8/30)
LSU - New Orleans (7/29, 8/8)
Maine Medical Center (8/21)
Mayo- Rochester (7/16, 7/23)
MCW (7/22)
Medstar Health/Georgetown Washington Hospital Program(8/1)
MGH/BIDMC (8/6)
Montefiore (7/31)
Mount Sinai (7/29)
MUSC (7/22)
Northwestern (7/24)
NorthShore LIJ (8/5)
OHSU (8/5, 8/26)
Penn State Health Milton Hershey Medical Center (8/1)
Stanford (8/8)
Temple University (7/29)
Tufts (8/8)
UC Davis (8/20)
UCI (Irvine) (8/5) (8/9)
UCLA (7/22)
UCLA-Harbor (8/7, 8/14)
UCSD (8/15)
UCSF (7/29)
UCSF Fresno (8/26)
UMMS-Baystate (8/9)
University of Arizona, Phoenix (8/7)
University of Arizona, Tucson (7/17)
University of Chicago (7/25)
University of Colorado (8/1)
University of Maryland (7/21)
University of Miami/Jackson Memorial (8/5)
University of Michigan (7/31)
University of Nebraska (8/7)
University of North Carolina (8/5)
University of Pennsylvania (8/5)
University of Pittsburgh (8/5)
University of South Florida (7/26)
University of Utah (8/1)
University of Virginia (7/30)
University of Washington (Physician Scientist) (7/26)
University of Washington (Clinician Educator) (8/12)
UT Southwestern (7/25)
UW-Madison (7/22)
Vanderbilt (7/18, 7/25)
Virginia Commonwealth (8/6)
Wake Forest (7/29)
WashU (7/17)
Yale (7/25)

AMG-DO
Arrowhead Regional Medical Center (8/12)
Acknowledgment from Arizona Tucson (7/23)
Baylor Scott & White (8/08)
Houston Methodist (7/31)
Orlando Health (Pulm Only) (08/02)
Loma Linda (8/14)
Loyola University (7/23)
St Louis University (8/06)
University of North Carolina (8/02)
University of South Florida (8/09)
Virginia Commonwealth (8/06)

IMG-US (does NOT need Visa)
Acknowledgment from Cook County Health (7/30), (7/30)
Acknowledgment from Arizona Tucson 7/23
Bayonet/HCA (8/8)
Beaumont Royal Oak (8/1)
ECU (8/2)
Einstein- Philly (7/30)
Geisinger (8/9)
Henry Ford/Wayne State (8/7)
Indiana University (7/25)
Loma Linda (8/15)
Loyola (8/14)
MCW (7/26)
Montefiore (7/31)
Newark Beth Israel (08/30)
Robert Packer/Guthrie Program (8/1)
Rutgers-NJMS (08/13)
St. Lukes University Hospital, PA (09/05)
Temple University (7/29)
Texas Tech University (8/1)
UH Cleveland Medical Center (8/14)
UCSD (8/15)
University of Cincinnati (7/24)
University of Iowa (7/25)
University of Minnesota (8/7)
University of Mississippi (7/26)
University of Nebraska (8/8)
University of Wisconsin-Madison (7/29)
U of M. CCM (7/15)
University of Miami/Jackson Memorial (8/5)
UT San Antonio (8/7)
UT Houston (8/9)
Wake Forest (7/26)

IMG-International (needs Visa)

Stanford - CCM 7/19
Cooper NJ CCM (7/26)
SLU CCM (7/30)

Allegheny General Hospital, PA (8/23)
Beaumont Royal Oak
Carilion clinic (8/3)
East Carolina Uni/Vidant Med Center (7/25)
East Tennessee State University (8/26)
Einstein (7/30)
Houston Methodist (7/31)
Lehigh Valley Health Network (8/1)
Lenox Hill (8/15)
Loma Linda (8/15)
LSU Shreveport (8/13)
Medical College of Wisconsin (7/22)
Main Line Health - Lankenau Medical Center (8/2)
Mayo Clinic Florida (8/15)
NSUH-LIJ
Prisma Health/USC SOM (7/25)
Robert Packer/Guthrie (8/1)
Rutgers (8/9)
Rutgers NJMC (8/13)
Rush University Medical Center (8/28)
Saint Louis University (8/6 and 8/13)
St Jone Ascension Hospital 8/12
SUNY Downstate (8/23)
Spectrum Health/ MSU (8/19)
Texas Tech Lubbock (8/1)
University of Arizona (8/15)
University of Maryland (7/29)
University of Toledo (08/02)
University of Mississippi
University of Tennessee Memphis (8/6)
University of Tennessee (Knoxville) (8/14)
University of Oklahoma (8/13)
University of Texas -Houston (8/30)
University of Texas-San Antonio (9/3)
UNMC (8/9)
Wake Forest Uni (7/26)

Acknowledgement from Cook County 7/30
Acknowledgement from Arizona 7/23

Rejections
Allegheny Health 08/29- US IMG
University of Alabama 7/26 IMG- non US.
Mayo Clinic (7/29) (8/6 - Rochester) - IMG US, IMG no visa
WashU CCM (7/31) - IMG visa, AMG-DO
University of Pennsylvania (8/01, 8/6)- US IMG and AMG MD and AMG -DO
UNC Chapel Hill (8/1, 8/15) (8/1)- AMG-MD and IMG International, IMG no visa, AMG-DO
Emory PCCM/CCM (08/02) - IMG International and AMG-DO
Lehigh Valley University of South Florida (8/3)- US/IMG, IMG no visa, AMG-DO
Brigham and Women (8/5) AMG-MD
Yale New Heaven (8/5)(8/8) - IMG visa, IMG no visa
Boston University (8/13) IMG Visa, AMG-DO
Columbia University (8/14) - US/IMG
NY Presbyterian Columbia 8/15 -IMG visa
 

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At this point I’m at approximately:
Invites 20%
Rejections 30%
Silence 50%
Is this about par for the course? I know results vary but I wanted to get a sense for the ballpark.
 
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At this point I’m at approximately:
Invites 20%
Rejections 30%
Silence 50%
Is this about par for the course? I know results vary but I wanted to get a sense for the ballpark.
Kinda same situation here. But of the 50% of silence, I know half of them already sent invites so I am not holding my breath anymore. Just following up with a few that I am really into.
 

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Arrowhead Regional Medical Center (8/12)
BWH (7/30)
Cedars-Sinai (8/14)
Columbia-NYP (7/26)
Dartmouth (8/2)
Duke (8/2)
Emory (7/22, 7/29)
EVMS (9/3)
Iowa (8/6)
Johns Hopkins (7/22)
Loma Linda University Health Education Consortium Program (8/14, 8/30)
LSU - New Orleans (7/29, 8/8)
Maine Medical Center (8/21)
Mayo- Rochester (7/16, 7/23)
MCW (7/22)
Medstar Health/Georgetown Washington Hospital Program(8/1)
MGH/BIDMC (8/6)
Montefiore (7/31)
Mount Sinai (7/29)
MUSC (7/22)
Northwestern (7/24)
NorthShore LIJ (8/5)
OHSU (8/5, 8/26)
Penn State Health Milton Hershey Medical Center (8/1)
Stanford (8/8)
Temple University (7/29)
Tufts (8/8)
UC Davis (8/20)
UCI (Irvine) (8/5) (8/9)
UCLA (7/22)
UCLA-Harbor (8/7, 8/14)
UCSD (8/15)
UCSF (7/29)
UCSF Fresno (8/26)
UMMS-Baystate (8/9)
University of Arizona, Phoenix (8/7)
University of Arizona, Tucson (7/17)
University of Chicago (7/25)
University of Colorado (8/1)
University of Florida/Gainesville (9/13)
University of Maryland (7/21)
University of Miami/Jackson Memorial (8/5)
University of Michigan (7/31)
University of Nebraska (8/7)
University of North Carolina (8/5)
University of Pennsylvania (8/5)
University of Pittsburgh (8/5)
University of South Florida (7/26)
University of Utah (8/1)
University of Virginia (7/30)
University of Washington (Physician Scientist) (7/26)
University of Washington (Clinician Educator) (8/12)
UT Southwestern (7/25)
UW-Madison (7/22)
Vanderbilt (7/18, 7/25)
Virginia Commonwealth (8/6)
Wake Forest (7/29)
WashU (7/17)
Yale (7/25)

AMG-DO
Arrowhead Regional Medical Center (8/12)
Acknowledgment from Arizona Tucson (7/23)
Baylor Scott & White (8/08)
Houston Methodist (7/31)
Orlando Health (Pulm Only) (08/02)
Loma Linda (8/14)
Loyola University (7/23)
St Louis University (8/06)
University of North Carolina (8/02)
University of South Florida (8/09)
Virginia Commonwealth (8/06)

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Acknowledgment from Cook County Health (7/30), (7/30)
Acknowledgment from Arizona Tucson 7/23
Bayonet/HCA (8/8)
Beaumont Royal Oak (8/1)
ECU (8/2)
Einstein- Philly (7/30)
Geisinger (8/9)
Henry Ford/Wayne State (8/7)
Indiana University (7/25)
Loma Linda (8/15)
Loyola (8/14)
MCW (7/26)
Montefiore (7/31)
Newark Beth Israel (08/30)
Robert Packer/Guthrie Program (8/1)
Rutgers-NJMS (08/13)
St. Lukes University Hospital, PA (09/05)
Temple University (7/29)
Texas Tech University (8/1)
UH Cleveland Medical Center (8/14)
UCSD (8/15)
University of Cincinnati (7/24)
University of Iowa (7/25)
University of Minnesota (8/7)
University of Mississippi (7/26)
University of Nebraska (8/8)
University of Wisconsin-Madison (7/29)
U of M. CCM (7/15)
University of Miami/Jackson Memorial (8/5)
UT San Antonio (8/7)
UT Houston (8/9)
Wake Forest (7/26)

IMG-International (needs Visa)

Stanford - CCM 7/19
Cooper NJ CCM (7/26)
SLU CCM (7/30)

Allegheny General Hospital, PA (8/23)
Beaumont Royal Oak
Carilion clinic (8/3)
East Carolina Uni/Vidant Med Center (7/25)
East Tennessee State University (8/26)
Einstein (7/30)
Houston Methodist (7/31)
Lehigh Valley Health Network (8/1)
Lenox Hill (8/15)
Loma Linda (8/15)
LSU Shreveport (8/13)
Medical College of Wisconsin (7/22)
Main Line Health - Lankenau Medical Center (8/2)
Mayo Clinic Florida (8/15)
NSUH-LIJ
Prisma Health/USC SOM (7/25)
Robert Packer/Guthrie (8/1)
Rutgers (8/9)
Rutgers NJMC (8/13)
Rush University Medical Center (8/28)
Saint Louis University (8/6 and 8/13)
St Jone Ascension Hospital 8/12
SUNY Downstate (8/23)
Spectrum Health/ MSU (8/19)
Texas Tech Lubbock (8/1)
University of Arizona (8/15)
University of Maryland (7/29)
University of Toledo (08/02)
University of Mississippi
University of Tennessee Memphis (8/6)
University of Tennessee (Knoxville) (8/14)
University of Oklahoma (8/13)
University of Texas -Houston (8/30)
University of Texas-San Antonio (9/3)
UNMC (8/9)
Wake Forest Uni (7/26)

Acknowledgement from Cook County 7/30
Acknowledgement from Arizona 7/23

Rejections
Allegheny Health 08/29- US IMG
University of Alabama 7/26 IMG- non US.
Mayo Clinic (7/29) (8/6 - Rochester) - IMG US, IMG no visa
WashU CCM (7/31) - IMG visa, AMG-DO
University of Pennsylvania (8/01, 8/6)- US IMG and AMG MD and AMG -DO
UNC Chapel Hill (8/1, 8/15) (8/1)- AMG-MD and IMG International, IMG no visa, AMG-DO
Emory PCCM/CCM (08/02) - IMG International and AMG-DO
Lehigh Valley University of South Florida (8/3)- US/IMG, IMG no visa, AMG-DO
Brigham and Women (8/5) AMG-MD
Yale New Heaven (8/5)(8/8) - IMG visa, IMG no visa
Boston University (8/13) IMG Visa, AMG-DO
Columbia University (8/14) - US/IMG
NY Presbyterian Columbia 8/15 -IMG visa
University of Nebraska (9/10) - AMGMD
Medical University of South Carolina (9/10) - AMGMD
 
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Curious if anyone has any thoughts about Emory vs UTSW vs Mayo -- or even some anecdotes to share? Getting the sense that UTSW and Emory are more critical care oriented place and am wondering about the pulm side as well. I have heard the opposite for Mayo, but also mixed reviews about their clinic experience for fellows with intense days of second opinions with lots of outside records to review and limited time. Would appreciate any insights!

Both Emory and UTSW have a good balance from what I know. They also have Grady (Emory) and Parkland (UTSW) which are great experiences but busy ICUs. I wonder if that’s why those programs have the CCM heavy reputation you report. Can’t offer much insight on Mayo.
 
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Any opinions about UT Houston? I interviewed there but was not able to talk a lot with the fellows since they took us to noon conference instead of the regular lunch format where you can actually interact with them. It strikes me as a very clinically oriented program but I do not know if their fellows are actually happy with the program despite the large amount of work. That’s important for me. Would appreciate any input.
 
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Any opinions about UT Houston? I interviewed there but was not able to talk a lot with the fellows since they took us to noon conference instead of the regular lunch format where you can actually interact with them. It strikes me as a very clinically oriented program but I do not know if their fellows are actually happy with the program despite the large amount of work. That’s important for me. Would appreciate any input.
I think it is wholly reasonable for you to ask the PD for contact info for some of the fellows for some follow-up questions. You won't get a better answer than from the folks who are actually there.
 
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Anyone heard about the Memorial Sloan Kettering program? I know it is fairly new as a combined program.
 

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So, since invitations are done by now. What is the percentage of programs-applied to interviews-invites?

I’ll hazard a guess-

AMG-MD-Chief: 95%
AMG-MD-not-chief: 70%
AMG-DO-chief: 85%
AMG-DO-not-chief: 60%
IMG-Chief: 60%
IMG-not-Chief: 30%
 

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So, since invitations are done by now. What is the percentage of programs-applied to interviews-invites?

I’ll hazard a guess-

AMG-MD-Chief: 95%
AMG-MD-not-chief: 70%
AMG-DO-chief: 85%
AMG-DO-not-chief: 60%
IMG-Chief: 60%
IMG-not-Chief: 30%

I think those are probably high across the board based on what I’ve seen.
 
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IMG-non Chief here. I have 20% and it is pretty high compared to my peers. I can promise you that IMG Chief do not get 60% as well.
At the end of the day, it is profile dependent and apparently you don’t get interviews just by applying for more programs. If that is so, I would stop doing research and just do Chief year, run and apply 150 programs and get 80 interviews and enjoy the rest of my career.
 
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Anyone interviewing at University of Florida on October 18 and would like to switch dates?
 
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Is everyone writing thank you notes? Handwritten or email?
Not really. Almost every program I have interviewed at has emphasized that post interview communication is discouraged by the NRMP. Having said that ...some of them have emailed me and those are the only ones I actually reply with a thank you note. Mostly out of politeness. I believe that post interview communication can be deceiving for both the program and the applicant, so i try not to do it.
 
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Is everyone writing thank you notes? Handwritten or email?

I hand-write thank you cards and mail them. They spent 30 mins each to interview me and probably more to rank me somewhere, plus gave me free breakfast and lunch. I want to at least spend 10 mins to deliver my appreciation. Not that it makes a difference to rank, for me, it is just a nice gesture to do.
Plus they can’t reply to me, so it saves me anxiety of if not-hearing something back means something bad. Or their replies influencing my rank. I just mail it then move on.
 
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I write one to the program director, more as a thank you than as a please rank me letter. I know it doesnt effect the rank list, its just a relatively easy thing to do.

I am curious to hear what everyone else is doing though. . .
 
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As far as rank lists go, how much weight are you putting on:
Program fit
Research opportunities
Clinical training
Program “prestige”
Location


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Guys I am a bit confused on what I should rank higher;
Temple university (philly) vs UTH!
I liked both of them but UTH seems more intense! 3 EMRs, tons of procedures to the point it is overwhelming! The fellow who did the tour was telling us how crazy busy the place was!
Temple had a friendly atmosphere, do pretty much everything but they don’t intubate their patients.
Name wise, I don’t know which is better!

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Is anybody else not ranking all of the places they interviewed? I’m thinking about ranking only six and I’m trying to gauge whether this is crazy or not


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I'm ranking all of mine. Interviewed at 13 places and really enjoyed them all. I think you should rank them all unless you would be utterly unhappy to match to one of them.
 
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I interviewed 24, I am ranking may be 20-21. How I think is that “Would I rather go unmatched than go to that program?” If the answer is yes, then I don’t rank it. Not even as rank 24th.
 
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Can anyone on the West Coast speak to their general impressions of California programs? I'm out East, and my advisors can't offer much insight

I can give some general impressions, w/ the caveat that others might have very different feelings--and I haven't visited every program in the state. I haven't heard anything negative about pretty much any program, and they all excel at what it is they do, but there's definitely a lot of different flavors.

UCSF - very research heavy, expectation is that you are going on to NIH funded career--and they have a great record for producing fellows who are very successful in this mold. Critical care gets short shrift in terms of training--(the first year is nearly 100% pulm, and expect to get most of your intubation experience in the OR or at a 'difficult airways' course).
Stanford - bit of a middle ground, good clinical training, good research opportunities, probably about 1/2 go academic, 1/2 private practice. they are well known for their non pccm crit care fellowships, so be prepared to always be in the ICU w/ a fellow who is a) probably a board certified anesthesiologist, and b) spending more of their time in the ICU that year than you are.
Davis - relatively small two-institution program, well regarded for both research and clinical training, definitely punching above their weight class.
UCSF/Fresno - Happy fellows, and the program is well regarded for clinical training. you spend a month in SF for transplant training, so in some ways more well rounded than plenty of more well known academic programs. biggest drawback is definitely location for most folks, in addition to lacking a name that travels outside of the state.
UCLA - tied for 2nd (w/ UCSD) on most 'academic' of the CA programs w/ research opportunities in every subfield of pccm, although the average candidate goes on to be a clinician educator, and perhaps 1/3 go the 80% research route. plenty of procedures done by fellows (in part because it sounds like the residents here don't expect to do their own lines and thoras)
USC - the classic county hospital experience, with a name that travels. some research opportunities. All of GME at LAC-USC is under probation, but it seems like the pulm program itself is pretty much unscathed (cardiology on the other hand... ).
Cedars-Sinai - The division produces a good amount of basic science and has big names in PH and ILD, although the fellows themselves mostly go on to private practice with a few clinician educator types. The fellows suggest this might be a somewhat 'easier' program.
UCLA/harbor - small program, with most rotations at UCLA-harbor itself, but taking advantage of UCLA affiliation for advanced lung dz training. Faculty very well known for pulmonary physiology and CPET interpretation. Most fellows (from what I gather) go onto private practice.
Loma Linda - well respected and well rounded program in inland empire. 3 institutions, including a VA experience.
UCSD - tied for 2nd w/ UCLA for most 'academic'. most well known for PH (home of the endarterectomy for CTEPH). very well respected for research and clinical training. you do spend a lot of your time as a fellow on ICU services where the pulm fellow is primary, without housestaff, which is a pro if you're looking to get lots of independent intensivist experience as a fellow, and a con if you were hoping to avoid putting in all the orders/prog notes.
 
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I can give some general impressions, w/ the caveat that others might have very different feelings--and I haven't visited every program in the state. I haven't heard anything negative about pretty much any program, and they all excel at what it is they do, but there's definitely a lot of different flavors.

UCSF - very research heavy, expectation is that you are going on to NIH funded career--and they have a great record for producing fellows who are very successful in this mold. Critical care gets short shrift in terms of training--(the first year is nearly 100% pulm, and expect to get most of your intubation experience in the OR or at a 'difficult airways' course).
Stanford - bit of a middle ground, good clinical training, good research opportunities, probably about 1/2 go academic, 1/2 private practice. they are well known for their non pccm crit care fellowships, so be prepared to always be in the ICU w/ a fellow who is a) probably a board certified anesthesiologist, and b) spending more of their time in the ICU that year than you are.
Davis - relatively small two-institution program, well regarded for both research and clinical training, definitely punching above their weight class.
UCSF/Fresno - Happy fellows, and the program is well regarded for clinical training. you spend a month in SF for transplant training, so in some ways more well rounded than plenty of more well known academic programs. biggest drawback is definitely location for most folks, in addition to lacking a name that travels outside of the state.
UCLA - tied for 2nd (w/ UCSD) on most 'academic' of the CA programs w/ research opportunities in every subfield of pccm, although the average candidate goes on to be a clinician educator, and perhaps 1/3 go the 80% research route. plenty of procedures done by fellows (in part because it sounds like the residents here don't expect to do their own lines and thoras)
USC - the classic county hospital experience, with a name that travels. some research opportunities. All of GME at LAC-USC is under probation, but it seems like the pulm program itself is pretty much unscathed (cardiology on the other hand... ).
Cedars-Sinai - The division produces a good amount of basic science and has big names in PH and ILD, although the fellows themselves mostly go on to private practice with a few clinician educator types. The fellows suggest this might be a somewhat 'easier' program.
UCLA/harbor - small program, with most rotations at UCLA-harbor itself, but taking advantage of UCLA affiliation for advanced lung dz training. Faculty very well known for pulmonary physiology and CPET interpretation. Most fellows (from what I gather) go onto private practice.
Loma Linda - well respected and well rounded program in inland empire. 3 institutions, including a VA experience.
UCSD - tied for 2nd w/ UCLA for most 'academic'. most well known for PH (home of the endarterectomy for CTEPH). very well respected for research and clinical training. you do spend a lot of your time as a fellow on ICU services where the pulm fellow is primary, without housestaff, which is a pro if you're looking to get lots of independent intensivist experience as a fellow, and a con if you were hoping to avoid putting in all the orders/prog notes.
Really appreciate it! Any experience with Irvine?
 
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