Prospective House Staff
Appointments are made on the basis of past performance and references. While not absolutely required, interviews are desirable. First year appointments are designated in accordance with the National Resident Matching Program.
Appointments are made without regard to race, religion, sex or national origin.
House Staff (Contract)
Protecting Patient Information and Social Media Outlets
Protecting our patients' information is paramount at The Medical Center as outlined in the Social Media Policy and this statement "Patient Information and Social Media Don't Mix". Please review both and adhere to our protocol.
Employee Benefits Effective January 1, 2013
A complete explanation of Employee Benefits and cost can be accessed at Benefits
If you are accepted into a training program, the beginning of your training is contingent upon successful completion of a drug screening test.
House staff is provided with liability insurance to cover only the assigned, supervised activities of each house officer’s residency program. Professional liability insurance coverage begins with the date of appointment.
Research and Clinical Fellowships
Research and clinical fellowships may be arranged through direct communication with the Chief of Service of the appropriate program.
- Confidentiality of Information
- Employee Indentification
- Influenza Immunization
Vacations are given at a time agreeable with the Chief of Service.
On-call rooms and a separate lounge are furnished.
You must obtain a Residency Training License prior to beginning your training program. The North Carolina Board of Medical Examiners has made the application available on-line. The N.C. Medical Board requires that applicants for a NC resident training license (RTL) must pass USMLE Steps 1 & 2 or COMPLEX 1 & 2 in no more than 3 attempts.
All physicians must be licensed by the Board of Medical Examiners of the State of North Carolina. The Board has discretionary licensure agreements with most states.
For information on licensure contact:
Secretary, NC Board of Medical Examiners
1203 Front Street
P.O. Box 20007
Raleigh, NC 27619
Foreign Medical Graduates
Foreign medical graduates must have passed the necessary exams for the Education Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG) and the United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE). The N.C. Medical Board requires that applicants must pass USMLE or COMPLEX in no more than 3 attempts. However, the Board shall waive the requirement if the applicant is certified or recertified by an ABMS, CCFP, FRCP or AOA approved specialty board with the past 10 years. Additional information may be obtained by visiting the ECFMG Web site.
This is to remind you that effective October 1, 2011 all International Medical Graduates (IMGs) will be required to use the Federation of State Medical Board’s Credential Verification Service (FCVS) as part of their application for a full, unrestricted medical license in North Carolina. Please notify all of your residents that are IMGs, of this change in order that they can start the FCVS process if they are planning to remain in North Carolina following completion of their current postgraduate education program. The FCVS process could take a minimum of 4 months to complete or as much as 6 months if they wait to begin the process after January 1. If they delay starting this process they may not be licensed in time to begin work in July 2012.
Graduates of Canadian medical schools are NOT considered IMGs and will not be required to use FCVS as part of the application process.
FCVS was established in September 1996 to provide a centralized, uniform process for state medical boards to obtain a verified, primary source record of a physician’s core medical credentials. FCVS obtains primary source verification of medical education, postgraduate training, examination history, board action history, board certification and identity. This repository of information allows a physician to establish a confidential, lifetime professional portfolio with FCVS which can be forwarded, at the physician’s request, to any state medical board that has established an agreement with FCVS, hospital, health care or any other entity. http://fsmb.org/fcvs.html
Immunization requirements will be sent to house officers upon notification of appointment.
Hawthorne Inn and Conference Center
The AAA 3-diamond Hawthorne Inn and Conference Center is owned by Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center. While interviewing, prospective house staff enjoy a special rate and food discount in the Bayberry Restaurant located in the hotel.
The Hawthorne Inn offers many amenities, including free shuttle service between the hotel and medical center, free parking, fitness facility, laundry facilities, dry cleaning, complimentary continental breakfast, complimentary copy of USA Today (Monday through Friday) and a full service restaurant and lounge.
Please call 336-777-3000 or 800-972-3774 for reservations. Rate is based upon availability.