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Application Requirements and Process

Our program begins with the PGY-2 training year. All candidates are STRONGLY encouraged to seek PGY-1 training for a Preliminary Year Program in Internal Medicine. You must separately apply for a PGY-1 position and, as one option, you may apply for a PGY-1 year through the Department of Medicine at the University of Kansas Medical Center. If any candidates are specifically interested in the Preliminary Year Program through Internal Medicine here at KU, please notify our Program Coordinator.

Further information concerning the Preliminary-Year in the Department of Internal Medicine Program can be obtained by referring to the KU School of Medicine Internal Medicine Residency web site or by calling 913-945-7072.

Application Process for (PGY-2) 2020 Position

We are now accepting applications for one (1) PGY2 position beginning July 1, 2019 and three (3) PGY2 positions beginning July 1, 2020.  Applicants must have one year (PGY1) training in Internal Medicine or transitional year, be eligible for Kansas and Missouri licenses, and be a US citizen or permanent resident of the United States. 

All applications must be submitted through the electronic application process ERAS.  No universal applications will be accepted or reviewed.   

To be considered for an interview, in addition to the core items, an application must include:

  • Three (3) letters of recommendation, one of which must be from a physiatrist
  • USMLE  or COMLEX exam scores
  • Medical school transcripts

To verify eligibility for Kansas license, visit the Kansas State Board of Healing Arts’ website at

Residency Program Coordinator:

Cherayla Haynes
Telephone: 913-588-6777
Fax: (913) 588-6765


Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Residency Program
The University of Kansas Medical Center
3901 Rainbow Boulevard, MS-1046
Kansas City, Kansas 66160

You may contact Dr. Eickmeyer or the Residency Program Coordinator for questions at any time. In addition, please indicate if you wish to speak to one of our present resident physicians.

Last modified: Jun 14, 2019