How to Apply

Daisy Muralles and Sandra Carrillo are here to help!

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Interviews are by invitation only. The interview day begins with an introductory group session, followed by individual interviews and, informal meetings with current residents Interviewees are invited to visit the hospital any time to meet house and attending staff, to attend inpatient work and visit rounds Individual arrangements can be made with Ms. Daisy Muralles, the Residency Program Manager

We actively recruit minority applicants, are strongly committed to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and welcome applications from U.S. trained underrepresented minority medical students. Minority faculty and house officers would be pleased to meet with students considering our program to discuss the quality of training as well as day-to-day life in our community.

House officers hold appointments as "Clinical Fellows in Medicine" at Harvard Medical School and have access to the Countway Medical and other libraries, and to all University athletic facilities, housing services and other standard amenities.

All offers of appointment to CHA sponsored training programs are specifically conditioned upon a criminal background investigation and a negative drug test (uses workplace standards, including chain of custody, marijuana is excluded from the testing). Background checks will be carried out by an agency on behalf of CHA. By signing the background check release form, prospective trainees are consenting to a background investigation. The drug test must be completed within 10 days of matching (all costs covered by CHA) and will be conducted at CHA Occupational Health for those residents within 20 miles of Boston. All others will be tested at an outside facility arranged by CHA.

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