- Categorical General Preventive Medicine Residency Program
- Categorical General Preventive Medicine Residency Program - Primary Care and Community Prevention Track
- Combined Family Medicine/Preventive Medicine Residency Program offer jointly with MedStar Franklin Square Hospital Center in Baltimore, Maryland
- Transitional Internship Track offered jointly with Bassett Healthcare in Cooperstown, New York
The Johns Hopkins General Preventive Medicine Residency training comprises PGY-2 and PGY-3.
- To be eligible to apply for the categorical General Preventive Medicine Residency Program, physicians must complete at least one year of ACGME-approved clinical training (PGY-1) prior to entering the residency.
- To be eligible to apply for the categorical General Preventive Medicine Residency Program - Primary Care and Community Prevention Track, physicians must be board-eligible or board-certified in family medicine, general internal medicine, general pediatrics, or combined internal medicine and pediatrics prior to entering the program.
- To be eligible to apply for the Combined Family Medicine/Preventive Medicine program (jointly with MedStar Franklin Square), applicants must complete their medical degree prior to matriculating into the program.
- To be eligible to apply for the Transitional Internship Track (jointly with Bassett Healthcare), applicants must complete their medical degree prior to matriculating into the program.
How to Apply*
- To apply to the Categorical General Preventive Medicine Residency Program or the Categorical General Preventive Medicine Residency Program - Primary Care and Community Prevention Track apply via the online School of Public Health Application Service (SOPHAS) system. Additional information and a link to SOPHAS may be found on the Admissions Office webpage.
- Applicants to the training program should select the appropriate designation listed in SOPHAS (i.e. RES/MPH GPMR 2023, RES/GPMR 2023) as their degree program. Only one application is required.
- Please see the list of Required Application Materials below before beginning your online application. All application materials should be submitted to SOPHAS as instructed.
- The residency program and the MPH admissions committees will review the applications once they are complete. Acceptance by the school's MPH program is required for admission to the residency program.
- To apply to the Hopkins-MedStar Combined Family Medicine/Preventive Medicine Residency Program or the Hopkins-Bassett Healthcare Transitional Internship Program, applicants must first apply to the respective program in ERAS. The ERAS application will be screened by both programs.
- Applicants who meet the criteria and are selected for an interview will then be contacted and invited to apply to the Hopkins General Preventive Medicine Residency Program-Hopkins Master of Public Health (GPMR/MPH RES) through SOPHAS. Invited applicants will complete one application to the Hopkins GPMR/MPH Program, which will be reviewed by both the Hopkins GPMR and MPH Admissions Committees. Acceptance to the Hopkins MPH program is required for admission to the residency program. Applicants should not submit their SOPHAS application until contacted by the GPMR program. The program will supply specific instructions at that time.
- Applicants who have been invited to apply to either of these programs and who have earned their MPH degree, may be eligible to apply to the RES-GPMR program. Note: You may be required to take additional ACGME-required preventive medicine coursework.
- Subsequent to the interview process, applicants will register for the "Match" and indicate a preference for the Hopkins-MedStar Combined Family Medicine/Preventive Medicine or Hopkins-Bassett Transitional program. If an applicant matches with that program, he/she will complete an internship year prior to beginning the first year of GPMR residency training (PGY-2) at Johns Hopkins.
Required Application Materials to be Submitted with all SOPHAS applications:
The following application materials are required for your application to the residency program:
- Online SOPHAS application
- Official transcripts from EVERY college-level institution you attended (must be sent directly to SOPHAS)
- International applicants must submit a course-by-course credential evaluation. Note: World Education Services (WES) offers a discount to applicants using the SOPHAS system
- Three letters of recommendation
- Resume or curriculum vitae
- Statement of Purpose and Objectives
- USMLE scores - Steps 1 and 2; (Step 3 preferred; unofficial copies may be uploaded to SOPHAS; official USMLE scores are required and should be sent to BSPH Admission Office via email: firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Medical school dean's letter (if applicable, required only for applicants who have not completed a PGY-1 clinical year) may be emailed to Program Manager at email@example.com)
- ECFMG certification (if applicable, for foreign medical graduates only)
- Verification of your clinical training. (A summative evaluation of internship training from the clinical program director will be requested for those that have not completed a full residency once the applicant has been admitted.)
Applicants selected for interviews will be invited to participate in an interview day during November, December or January.