How to Apply
All applicants must have at least one year of clinical training (PGY-1) in an ACGME-approved training program. Certification or eligibility in a primary care specialty is preferred but not required. Graduates of foreign medical schools must have current ECFMG certification.
Many of our trainees have prior experience in a variety of settings, including the U.S. military. Successful applicants to our program have demonstrated commitment to public health and the field of occupational and environmental medicine.
- Applicants to the Occupational and Environmental Medicine Training Program must apply using the Bloomberg School’s online application form.
- Go to the Admissions Office, click on Prospective Students, then click on Application Instructions. You will be directed to the online application from there.
- Applicants to the full two-year program should select "Residency Programs" as their degree program and "MPH/Occupational Medicine - 2-year" as their track/division. Only one application is required; the Admissions Office prepares duplicate copies so that the residency program and the MPH admissions committee can review applications separately and simultaneously. Acceptance by the school’s MPH program is required for admission to the residency program.
- Applicants interested in the American Board of Preventive Medicine's Complementary Pathway who have an earned MPH from an accredited U.S. program and meet the requirements for the pathway should contact the residency program before applying.
- Residency applicants are not required to submit GRE scores; however, USMLE scores are required and MCAT scores may be submitted as well. Non-native English speakers will be required to submit recent TOEFL scores.
- Applicants who have not completed a full residency in a primary care specialty must request a "summative evaluation" be sent to this program from the director of their internship year training program.
- We are registered with the ERAS system and will also accept applications through that system. You are not required to use ERAS, but if you choose to do so, please note that in order to be considered for our program all applicants must also complete the application to the MPH program as outlined above.
Applicants interested in combined programs (i.e., Internal Medicine and OEM; OEM and pulmonary fellowship) should make their interests known to the program director. The applicant will apply to both programs separately.
If you are considering an application to our program, we would like to hear from you. Please forward a copy of your curriculum vitae and a brief statement of your interests to Francesca Litow, MD MPH, Co-Director, at email@example.com
The deadline for applying to the Johns Hopkins Occupational and Environmental Medicine Training Program is October 31.
Applicants selected for interviews will be invited in small groups to come to campus for a day-long visit. The interview day comprises interviews with faculty, attendance at a residency seminar, a tour of the school, and discussion with current residents. Interviews are scheduled during November and early December. All occupational medicine residency programs have a voluntary uniform decision date of December 15. Applicants will be notified on or shortly after this date of the decision of the OEMR Admissions Committee.