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Training Program
INTEGRATED PLASTIC SURGERY

Application Process
Integrated Plastic Surgery Residency
NRMP 1628362CO

Application instructions:
We participate in the National Residency Match Program (NRMP). Our application process is entirely online and facilitated through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS). Please speak with the Dean’s office at your medical school for more information on the NRMP and obtaining access to ERAS.

Interviews are held once during a weekend in early to mid January. One group of applicants will be interviewed on Saturday, and the other group on Sunday. There is a social event for both groups of applicants held on Saturday evening.

Interview Dates for the 2015 Match: TBD

No application review and invitation for a formal interview will be made unless the application is complete by November 1, 2014.

Independent Plastic Surgery Residency
SF Match #####

Application instructions:
We participate in the San Francisco Match. Our application process is entirely online and facilitated through the Common Application Service (CAS).  Instructions can be found at sfmatch.org. Please speak with your program director or residency education office for more information on the SF Match and obtaining access to CAS.

Interviews are held once on a Saturday in mid March. There is a social event for applicants held during the interview weekend.

We are not participating in the San Francisco Match for the 2014 cycle.

 
Contact Information:  
Program Director: Benjamin Chang, M.D. Program Coordinator: Kris Gallagher
kris.gallagher@uphs.upenn.edu
Telephone: 215-662-7659
 
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