Download Your custom-tailored
IMG Friendly Residency Programs List (2019)
Save Time & Money on Application Fees by Having our
Filtering Algorithm Identify Programs Interested in You
|“Thank you so much MyResidencyList! I didn’t know the first place to start applying to with a thousand potential programs. With a couple of clicks I saved weeks of time, yielded more than anticipated number of interviews, and eventually matched!”
– Dr Zohaib Javed
|“I am a 8 year old IMG and did not match last year as a result of randomly applying to programs. This year I came across MyResidencyList and used their custom list to target programs open to older IMGs. I ended up matching! Thanks MyResidencyList!”
– Dr Priyanka Patel
|“When calls to programs were not returned, program coordinators responded with generic replies, scattered information online did not help in creating my program list. I downloaded my IMG friendly residency programs list from MyResidencyList and I would highly recommend them”
– Dr Jon Kirby
1. Save Time Researching
With MyResidentList you no longer have to spend weeks compiling information by scouring old forum posts, manually visiting outdated programs websites, phoning & emailing unresponsive program coordinators.
2. Save Money on Application Fees
Applications fees can run into the thousands of dollars.
3. Target The Right Programs
MyResidencyList will filter through the thousands of programs based on your unique profile: taking into account the type of IMG you are, USMLE Scores, Visa Status, US Clinical Experience, Years since graduation.
|Why do I need this service?
We are a group of successful IMG applicants that matched to our dream programs in past Residency Matches. We individually had spent several weeks manually compiling data to make an informed decision on which programs to apply to. After having gone through the tedious and lengthy process of creating our residency program application lists, we wanted to make the process easier for others.
|Why is the distinction between Non-Caribbean and Caribbean
IMG friendly residency programs important?
Programs often favor one type of IMG over the other, so clumping the two together and reporting it as a single metric does not help you make an informed decision on whether to apply to a particular program or not. Check this post out for an example on how important the distinction is.
|What information will my custom Residency Application List contain?
Our list will show all the Internal Medicine, Family Medicine, Neurology, Psychiatry, Pediatrics residency programs that your profile matches. Each will contain
|How upto date is your data?
Our team uses several sources such as calling the programs, program websites, database of programs where applicants received interview invites in recent matches, database of residency match results from prior years, and more.
We update our database every year in July to keep it current. This includes adding newly accredited programs, updating program criteria such as US clinical experience, Visas accepted/sponsored, maximum Years Since Graduation, average Step 1 and Step 2 scores.
We also update whether the program is IMG friendly for Non-Caribbean and Caribbean graduates by factoring in new PGY-1 residents.
|Why should I use your services vs other services?
We pride ourselves in having the most upto date database and use multiple information sources for this. We are also the only service that makes the important distinction between Non-Caribbean and Caribbean IMG Friendly Residency Programs. Lastly our service is priced reasonably at a fraction of the cost competitors charge
|How much does your service cost?
Currently our database includes Internal Medicine, Family Medicine, Neurology, Psychiatry, Pediatrics. All 5 custom-tailored specialty lists cost a total of $99 (averaging $20/specialty).
You will have access to the service for all future match years for this one-time fee – although we hope you match in your first attempt
We are trying to keep our service affordable as we know how expensive the process is –
We do not sell individual specialty lists.