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Professional Development


Graduate Medical Education Overview

 Navy Graduate Medical Education
Navy GME trains a tactically proficient, combat credible medical force by providing quality training programs that support the Defense Health and Navy Medicine mission.
The Navy GME Office is part of Navy Medicine Professional Development Center located at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland.  
Important Dates in 2019
9 July 2019

​Navy GME application website (MODS) opens:

30 August  2019

Deadline ​to create and submit a new application. New applications will not be accepted after this date.

Modifications can be made to existing submitted applications through 15 October 2019.

8-11 September 2019 MODS server outage, no access
15 October 2019 ​Deadline to submit required GME supporting documents and interviews.  Deadline to make application modifications.​
28 October 2019 ​JSGMESB Joint scoring and placement begins.
11 December 2019 ​Navy GMESB results released and posted here.
​10 January 2020 Training acceptance deadline for Resident and Fellow selectees.
Applying to GME
1. Read instruction 


2. Schedule interviews
3. Gather required documents
4. Access and complete application
5. Upload required documents
6.  Complete interviews
Important Notes
 Please be advised that the MODS GME website for all services is currently offline due to authentication issues.  We do not have an ETA on when the system will be up and running.  We will advise as soon as we are made aware.
   Weekly Web broadcasts to answer your questions related to applications for GME. 
 Navy GME Selection Board results are expected to be released on 11 December 2019 at 12:00pm (Noon) Eastern Standard Time. Results will be available on MODS. Logon to view your selection status.
  Preliminary year selections (current medical students) are final for all applicants. Notification to the GME Office is not required for acceptance.
Residency and Fellowship applicants selected for GME must notify the Navy GME Office at Email address:, PERS-4415, and their command by 2359 on 10 January 2020 of their decision to accept or decline training.
  Interns selected for Flight Surgery or UMO training must notify their respective specialty leader of their decision to accept or decline training.
For issues logging into MODS, locked out accounts, or Login ID/password questions, please contact LT Andrew Neville, HN Veronica Brodnansky at Email address: Please do not contact the MODS Helpdesk.
 If you are using MODS for the first time, please read each section carefully and ensure you write down your log on ID and password.
 If you do not have access to MODS from a “.MIL” computer, please complete the PDF application and submit to the This office will create your account and input your application.
Your application will automatically be submitted after you complete the final module.This will be indicated by the green “applied” at the top of your application.You may modify your application through 15 October 2019.
 Applicants are responsible for uploading their own documents to MODS. See #5 under “Applying to GME”.  If you do not have access please email to
Documents from previous applications will automatically roll over to this years’s application.
Medical School Officials can gain access to MODS using the instructions in this document.



Placement Manager, HN Veronica Brodnansky
PGY-1 Program Manager, LT Andrew Neville, MSC, USN
Fulltime In-Service Manager, Mrs. Maria Mietzner
Fulltime Out-Service Manager, Mr. Mark Sullivan
Data Analyst, Mr. Clifford Taylor
Administrative Assistant, Vacant