Transitional Year program requirements include 28 weeks of fundamental clinical skills that must include four weeks each of Adult Critical Care, Adult Hospitalist Medicine, Internal Medicine Clinic, Family Medicine and Emergency Medicine. The fundamental clinical skills rotations must be taken in the primary specialties of Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, Emergency Medicine, Obstetrics and Gynecology, General Surgery, or Family Medicine. Explore the Transitional Year Residency Program curriculum.
Fifteen positions are available each year in the IU School of Medicine Transitional Year Program at Methodist Hospital, and all positions are filled through the National Residency Matching Program (NRMP). To complete the application process, interested candidates should submit their application through ERAS, including submission of a personal statement, three letters of recommendation, a Dean’s letter, medical school transcript, and USMLE/COMLEX transcript.
The Indiana University School of Medicine Transitional Year Residency at Methodist Hospital (formerly the Methodist Hospital Transitional Year Residency) began at Methodist Hospital as a rotating internship in 1908. The program was initially ACGME-accredited in 1983 and has received continued accreditation ever since. Both Indiana University School of Medicine and Indiana University Health support the residency.