Dermatology Residency Interview Day

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Dermatology residents apple picking trip
Fall apple picking trip

Program Director welcome

Welcome to the Dartmouth Dermatology Program! Thank you for taking the time to learn more about what makes our residency program unique. Our program prides itself on creating a supportive residency environment with a strong continuity clinic and procedural experience. We enjoy the benefits of a rural community as well as a large patient catchment area which supports our strong academics with numerous specialty clinics as well as research opportunities. We value the strong team based culture of our department and perpetually strive to create a work environment that provides exceptional clinical care and training, supportive mentoring and maintains wellness for all members of the department. As program director, I enjoy meeting each new resident, learning about who they are and how they see their career evolving. Throughout their residency, we work together to craft the road map to becoming the dermatologist they’d like to be. I hope this information is helpful in learning more about our program and look forward to learning more about you as well.

If you have any additional questions, please do not hesitate to contact our Program Coordinator, Kelly Rose.

Joi B. Carter, MD
Program Director, Dermatology Residency

Interview day overview

On your interview day you will have a chance to interact with faculty, residents, and program leadership to get a sense of what makes our program a great place to train and the Upper Valley a great place to live.

As we are virtual, we will be using the platform WebEx to interact and interview. WebEx is similar to Zoom.

There are 2 interview days for you to choose from, Thursday, January 5th or Friday, January 6th. Each interview day is split into 2 sessions. You will interview in either the morning or afternoon session.

  • Morning sessions begin at 8:15 am EST and conclude by 11:45 am EST.
  • Afternoon sessions begin at 12 pm EST and conclude by 3:30 pm EST

The day will start with a welcome session with our Program Director, Dr. Carter, followed by a program overview with our second year residents.

Next you will interview with the program director, department chair, 6 pairs of faculty members, first year residents and our chief residents. All interviews will last 12 minutes with a 3 minute break in between.

Please view the sample interview schedule (PDF) to see what the interview day will look like. Your individual interview schedule will be sent approximately 1 week before your interview.

Learn about the Internal Medicine Prelim Year at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center

We are excited that you are considering Dartmouth in your educational plans. We do NOT have a separate application process for our Preliminary Intern Year. We consider all candidates interviewed by Dermatology, Radiology, and Radiation Oncology automatically. You will need to rank us in the NRMP match should you want to consider a prelim position with us.

We have all of the details and a full description of the program on our prelim year website.

Still have questions? We’ve got you! Join one of our Q&A sessions if you would like!

Please note that these sessions are completely optional. This an opportunity for you to ask any questions that have not been answered in the virtual content. You should choose 1 session to attend as the content will be the same on both days. Dr. Harley Friedman will lead a brief overview of the program, followed by open time for questions.

Q&A Session 1:

Thursday, December 15, 2022, 2 pm to 3 pm
WebEx meeting link
Meeting number: 2624 810 1539
Password: 1IMResidency
Join by phone: 1-408-792-6300 Call-in toll number (US/Canada)
Access code: 262 481 01539

Q&A Session 2:

Thursday, January 12, 2023, 2 pm to 3 pm
WebEx meeting link
Meeting number: 2622 085 6714
Password: 1IMResidency
Join by phone: 1-408-792-6300 Call-in toll number (US/Canada)
Access code: 262 208 56714

GME diversity, inclusion, equity and belonging virtual open house

Our GME office will be hosting a diversity, inclusion, equity and belonging virtual open hours on Wednesday, November 30, 2022 from 6:15 to 7:15 pm EST.

Who:

For applicants from underrepresented backgrounds with an interest in residency or fellowship at Dartmouth Health/Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center.

Why:

Hear from Dartmouth Health System and GME leadership and Residents about our approach to a diverse, inclusive and supportive learning environment.

Registration:

Registration is free, and advance registration is required for planning purposes. To register please access the online event registration form.

For questions or comments email GME Office: gme.office@hitchcock.org.

Additional information about our program, department and the Upper Valley

Policies and Agreement

The ACGME requires that each applicant to an accredited residency program be provided with the institutional policies regarding eligibility requirements and selection process along with a sample copy of the current resident/fellow agreement of appointment in force during interview season.

Please familiarize yourself with each of the documents linked below. You will be asked to sign off indicating you received a copy of these policies and documents, as your signature is a requirement to be eligible for ranking.

Contact Information

Kelly M. Rose, C-TAGME Program Coordinator
kelly.m.rose@hitchcock.org
603-650-3156