Residents Medical is a guidance and education organization that helps medical students (including international) and medical graduates (USMGs, IMGs, FMGs) with preparation and placement into U.S. Residency Programs. We provide a variety of services that help enhance professional experience and make our candidates more competitive. Our services range from: USMLE tutoring, externships, and research fellowship opportunities to residency placement.
Residents Medical offers a variety of programs/courses that prepare and assist U.S. and international medical students and graduates (USMGs, IMGs, FMGs) in obtaining residency positions in U.S. ACGME accredited residency programs. Our affiliation with numerous top residency programs across the country allows us to provide quality experience that lays foundation for our candidates’ professional future.
Acceptance into a Residents Medical program is based on an initial interview with one of our guidance counselors. If accepted into RM, our team of GME experts will develop a path and detailed plan for the candidate to follow based on that student’s individual strengths, weaknesses and experience. All of our programs are designed to provide an optimal path to residency for each candidate.
Yes, every program that Residents Medical is affiliated with is a current ACGME approved program in good standing.
Hands-on clinical experience is important for any U.S. or international medical student and/or graduate seeking a residency position in the U.S. At least three to six months of U.S. clinical experience is recommended for foreign and international medical graduates.
We offer fully-insured, hands-on, university-based and preceptor-based rotations and externships that offer both, inpatient and outpatient experience in many U.S. states.
Yes, we help many foreign (FMGs) and international medical graduates (IMGs) get into residency programs here in the U.S. Our services include ECFMG certification, PTAL, CV/PS/ERAS, and much more. We have assisted a great number of students from Caribbean schools, as well as medical graduates from India, Europe and many parts of Asia and Africa.