How to Apply
Applicants must apply through the National Residency Matching Program (NRMP), and all information should be submitted through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS). Learn more about our diagnostic radiology residency and our radiology fellowships.
Requirements to be considered for interview include:
- Personal statement
- Three letters of recommendation
- USMLE board scores (Step 1 required)
- Medical School Performance Evaluation (MSPE) aka Dean’s letters
We do not have a cutoff for USMLE board scores. All applications are reviewed in their entirety in order to get a well-rounded view of each applicant.
We do accept international graduates and are willing to support a J-1 Visa from the Education Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates, provided you have a valid ECFMG certificate.
The deadline for applications is November 1. We typically wait for the entire application to be submitted, including Medical School Performance Evaluations, which are sent at the beginning of October.
Interviews taking place in 2022-2023 will remain virtual. The interview day will include a virtual overview of the residency from the program director, an opportunity to meet current residents, and individual interviews with faculty.
Further details will be communicated with interview invitations.
Questions about the interview process can be sent to:
Program Coordinator, Diagnostic Radiology
Lahey Hospital & Medical Center Department of Radiology
41 Mall Road
Burlington, MA 01805
The sponsored program is specifically designated for applicants who have their own external funding and salary from a sponsoring country. Applicants who are accepted into this track of the radiology residency program will be treated like all other residents, with identical rotations, call schedule/frequency and mutual expectations.
Salary and benefits are expected to be covered through a formal contract with the sponsoring country.