Thank you for your interest in Rush University Medical Center as your next training site.
The Office of Graduate Medical Education is here to assist you in making your transition to Rush easier. Please familiarize yourself with information on our training programs, and take time to review our current Housestaff's Agreement and information about benefits. Familiarize yourself with the salary, benefits and obligations which are offered this current academic year.
We have placed some information online regarding overnight accommodations and local housing resources. There are several hotels which offer special discounts for Rush applicants; be sure to tell them that you are coming to interview at Rush to receive "recruitment rates". You may need to bring your invitation letter or email as proof when you register. Directions and a Rush map are readily available and printable.
If you are a current medical college student who would like to take an elective at Rush Medical College, please visit the Rush Medical College Web site for more information.
If you are applying for a Rush fellowship which does not go through a special matching service, please utilize our Rush fellowship application (PDF, 359K).
If you have questions concerning visas, please contact Helen Lavelle, Director of International Services at firstname.lastname@example.org. Rush will sponsor both H1B and J1 visas for selected programs.
We wish you a successful interview process and the best in your future career endeavors.
Nikita Ross Daniel
Director, Graduate Medical Education
Rush University Medical Center
Armour Academic Center, Suite 527
600 South Paulina
Chicago, IL 60612-3844
Equal Opportunity, Diversity and Inclusion
In keeping with its goal of promoting diversity through its equal opportunity and affirmative action programs, Rush University is committed to attracting students who will enable the student body to achieve the educational benefits of diversity, and to provide services to all students, faculty, and other employees on a nondiscriminatory, equitable basis. Discrimination or harassment against any member of the Rush University Medical Center community because of age, ancestry, color, disability as defined by Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act, gender, gender identity and/or expression, marital or parental status, national origin, pregnancy, race, religion, sexual orientation, veteran?s status or any other categories protected by federal or state law, is prohibited and will not be tolerated, nor will any person for those reasons be excluded from participation in or denied the benefits of any program or activity within Rush University Medical Center or Rush University. Beverly B. Huckman, Associate Vice President for Equal Opportunity, in the Office of the President, has been designated to oversee the implementation of this policy for the academic sector and can be reached at (312) 942-7093, 1725 W. Harrison Street, Suite 128, or by email@example.com.