- December 1
- Candidates apply through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS).
- You must also register with the National Residency Matching Program (NRMP).
- Fridays starting mid-October through early February.
- We have five (5) four-year categorical positions available per year.
ERAS application, which should include:
- A minimum of 3 letters of recommendation, preferably at least 1 from a neurology rotation
- CV (the ERAS-generated CV is acceptable)
- Dean's letter
- Extracurricular interests
- Medical school transcript
- Personal statement
- United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE)/COMLEX examinations: Applicants must have passed Steps 1, 2 (Clinical Knowledge and Clinical Skills) of the USMLE or the COMLEX equivalent.
- USMLE scores
Note: A photograph is not required for application.
For the 2023-24 interview season, interviews will continue to be virtual interview. An optional virtual Resident cocktail reception will be held the evening prior to each interview day. This allows candidates to meet and chat with current Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center Neurology Residents.
You will interview with the Neurology Program Director and Associate Program Director, as well as some of the Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center Neurology faculty. In addition, you will receive information on attending an information session with Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center Internal Medicine as we work closely them to schedule the PGY-1 year medicine rotation.
Match communication code of conduct
We follow the NRMP guidelines for the Match process. We will not contact you but are happy to hear from you and to answer questions you may have that are not answered during the application and interview process.
Benefits and policies
For an overview of benefits available to residents, please visit the residents and fellows benefits page.
The Residents and Fellows Policy and Procedure Manual outlines all basic institutional regulations governing residency and fellowship positions within Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center and is considered part of the Residents and Fellows Agreement of Appointment.
Please read the following important GME policies before your interview:
Diversity and inclusion
Our program strongly supports and promotes the Graduate Medical Education (GME) and Dartmouth Health missions on diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging.
Please see the following links for additional information: