Palliative Care Fellowship Program Interview Day

Interview Day overview

Candidates should report to the Palliative Care administrative offices on level 3 by 8:00am. Please see the link to this map to help direct you.

Coffee is available during IDT meeting in the morning. If you did not eat breakfast prior to the interview, there are a few options within the hospital: Au Bon Pain, Cravin’s Deli or one of our cafeterias within the hospital. Lunch will be provided during your interview midday with current and past fellows. Interview Day will end at approximately 3:00 p.m.

Directions and parking

From Route 120, take Lahaye Drive to Hitchcock Loop Road. Please park on the top level of the parking garage and take the stairs or the elevator down to level 4 where you will enter the medical center via the Faulkner Building.

Contact information

If you have any trouble on interview day, please contact Brittany Copp, Program Coordinator as follows:

Policies and agreement

The ACGME and NRMP require 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 policy documents linked below. At the end of interview day, you will be asked to sign off indicating you received a copy of these policies. We will have additional copies on hand during interview day, as your signature is a requirement to be eligible for ranking in the Main Match.

Travel and lodging

If flying will be part of your travel plans, we suggest you use the Manchester, N.H. (approximately 1 hour and 10 minutes) airport due to its proximity to Lebanon. Burlington, Vt. is also an option and may have competitive fares (1 hour 20 minutes).

A list of hotels up to 10 miles away from the hospital, as well as links to regional airports, hotels and ground transportation can be found within the Travel Information (PDF) document.

About the program

Please visit our program website for information on our rotations, didactic and communication curriculum, narrative medicine sessions, self-care and resiliency support, past fellows, and current faculty.  In addition, for applicants interested in becoming leaders in our field, find out more about the exciting opportunity we provide for 2 additional years of training in health care delivery science as part of the Leadership and Preventive Medicine Residency (LPMR).  

Documents and links

If you have questions or concerns, please call Brittany Copp, Program Coordinator, at 603-650-6033.

We look forward to meeting you in the near future.