How to Apply
Applications are accepted until November 1st.
The Pathology Residency Program accepts applications via the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS). Applications by e-mail, mail, fax, or other delivery will not be accepted.
Applications must include:
- The common application form (ERAS)
- An official medical school transcript
- MSPE (medical school performance evaluation) (Dean’s letter)
- 3 current letters of recommendation from faculty references
- Personal statement
- USMLE (Steps 1, 2CK, 2CS) / COMLEX (Levels 1, 2CD, 2PE) transcripts
- ECFMG certificate (for international medical graduates, including U.S. applicants attending medical schools outside of the U.S.)
Due to COVID-19, we will be conducting our interviews virtually. An interview is required as part of the application process. All applications are reviewed and each one is evaluated and considered for interview on a case-by-case basis. Invitations are emailed to selected applicants in early October on a continual basis until all interview slots are full. All interviews are by invitation only and are conducted on select Mondays usually from November to mid-December.
Resident benefits, stipends and wellness
Visit our Benefits section to learn about benefits, stipends, insurance and assistance programs available to Dartmouth-Hitchcock residents and fellows.
Life in the Upper Valley
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center is located in the Upper Connecticut River Valley area of central New Hampshire and Vermont, an area which attracts people from around the world for its scenic beauty and cultural events.
Diversity and Inclusion
We understand that diversity fosters innovation and creates a welcoming and inclusive environment for our patients, colleagues, and communities.
Graduate Medical Education at Dartmouth-Hitchcock is committed to recruiting underrepresented minorities and physicians with diverse backgrounds to our residency and fellowship programs.