Welcome to UNC. We are excited to have you visit with our program and sincerely hope that you get the most out of this day that you can. Applicants chosen to interview are a highly selected group – we would welcome any and all of you to our program! Our goal for the day is not to “grill” you, but rather to allow you the opportunity to determine whether or not UNC is the right fit for you as you begin the process of building your career.

With this goal in mind, we have arranged the interview day to allow you as much opportunity as possible to learn about UNC, our program, and our people.

During the course of the day, you will interview with one of our selected faculty members. You will also have the opportunity to meet with one of our chief residents, rising chief residents, or fellows in addition to having small group time with the Program Director. You will see our morning report (resident led sessions that we have four mornings a week), and will have the opportunity to attend one of our didactic noon conferences or our EBM conference.

After lunch, our residents will take small groups of applicants out for coffee – part tour, part respite, and more time with our residents.

We hope that you enjoy the day!

Interview Day Itinerary

7:20 Pick up in North Carolina Women’s Hospital
7:40 Announcements
7:45-8:30 Morning Report
8:30-8:40 Break
8:40 Welcome from the Chair
8:50- 9:30 Chiefs overview
9:30-9:45 Diversity team overview
9:45-10:00 Break
10:00-12:00 Interviews and time with PD
(Each applicant will have one interview with a faculty member,
and will have a chance to meet with/interview one of our chief residents,
rising chief residents, or fellow who trained at UNC in order to learn about our training program)
12:00-1:00 Lunch and Noon conference
1:15-2:15  Tours and coffee with residents
2:15-2:45 Wrap up with Dr. Bynum

Interview Dinner

On the evening prior to your interview you are invited for dinner at 411 West Italian Cafe at 7:00-9:00 pm. Your significant other is welcome as well. Residents and interns from the Department of Medicine will be on hand to talk with you during this informal gathering (business casual dress). We need to know at least one week prior to your interview if you will attend this dinner and if you are bringing a guest. 411 West Italian Cafe is located at 411 W. Franklin Street.

For applicant information for the Physician Scientist Training Program, visit this page.

Listen to our audio podcast featuring Dr. Falk, Dr. Bynum, and Dr. Shelby discussing how to prepare for residency interviews.

You can also check out this video – “How To Ace A Residency Interview? Program Director’s Panel Discussion.” It features Dr. Bynum and several other program directors in North Carolina.