Applications will be accepted only from participants in the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP) through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS). The department's residency programs (main, rural and urban) process applications to their programs somewhat differently. If you wish to apply to one or more of these programs, please indicate and highlight that information in your personal statement at the time you complete your application. Please also answer the additional questions specific to each program. Also, be aware each program has its own ACGME program number.
Invitations for personal interviews are based on review of the application materials requested. Interviews are scheduled on Monday, Thursday, and Friday mornings in October through January. Applicants are given ample opportunities to discuss the program with the faculty and residents. Each applicant is formally interviewed by a resident and two faculty members, one of whom will be the residency director. Ranking in the NRMP is made on the basis of commitment to a career in family medicine, academic excellence, good communication skills and other factors.
Guidelines for Personal Statement