Interview Information

During the application interview season (November through January), our typical interview day begins at 7:30 a.m. Candidates begin the day by attending gen med rounds, have two one-hour interviews with members of the faculty, attend an informational session with program leaders and the Chief Residents, and tour the facilities. The interview day normally concludes around 3:30 p.m.

Detailed schedules for interview days are as follows:

  Monday Friday
7:30 AM Welcome Welcome
8:00 AM Program Overview and
Senior Faculty Talk
Program Overview and
Senior Faculty Talk
9:00 AM Attending Rounds Attending Rounds
10:00 AM Interview/Tour Interview/Tour
11:00 AM Interview/Tour Chair's Conference
NOON Lunch with Housestaff/
Slideshow
Lunch with Housestaff/
Slideshow
1:00 PM Resident Report Interview/Tour
2:00 PM Interview/Tour Interview/Tour
3:00 PM Wrap up/Closing Remarks Wrap up/Closing Remarks

Candidates are encouraged to join the house staff for dinner the evening before the interview day. This informal gathering at a local restaurant provides candidates an opportunity to learn about the program, as well as the local community’s offerings, from current house staff and their significant others.

To plan your visit to Duke, please visit the About Duke & Durham Page and visit the Duke University site on living in Durham.

In addition to the special hotel Duke rates included in the "Welcome to Durham Guide", check out MedStay, a free concierge hotel reservation service catering to interviewing students coming to Duke Hospitals. 877-633-7829

Duke Hospital Map and Flyer

For more information about interviewing at Duke or the recruitment process, please contact Recruitment Coordinator Kerri Shore at kerri.shore@duke.edu.

Duke is a special place for many reasons, but namely the excellent clinical training, incredible research opportunities, and longitudinal mentorship provided to each resident.  But what really makes Duke stand apart in my mind are the people. My co-residents are without a doubt the most incredible people to work with, as they are motivated, inspiring and brilliant clinicians, yet humble beyond belief.  I love going to work every day because of them.  We are friends, we are a family, and Duke is home.

 Jenny Van Kirk, MD, Internal Medicine Resident, Class of 2017