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Applying To Program


Applications must be received via the Electronic Residency Application Service. For information about ERAS and how to obtain the software, please contact your Dean's office. International Medical Graduates (for requirements or see below) will also need to apply via ERAS.  During the Match season, NO APPLICATIONS will be accepted other than those sent through ERAS.


To inquire about the status of your application, please call collect to:
Mrs. Beverly Cline - Residency Program Coordinator (816)276-7650
or contact us by email at


We schedule interviews beginning in October and continuing through January.  We have 2 interview groups (AM & PM) each day that we interview.  If you selected the AM group, your day will begin at 8:15 am with interviews, discussion about Research Family Medicine Residency, Benefits, and other interesting points about our program, a hospital tour, lunch, and clinic tour will round out your day by 2:00 pm.  If you selected the PM group, your day with us will begin at 10:15 am where you will join the AM group for the discussion about Research Family Medicine Residency, Benefits, and other interesting points about our program, a hospital tour, lunch, clinic tour, and 3 interviews will round out your day by 3:30 pm. You will have time for informal discussions with our residents/staff during your tour of the hospital, clinic and residency offices.


We encourage you (and your guest) to partake of a fine restaurant dinner with residents on the night before your interview or at the conclusion of your interview day.  Those arrangements will be discussed with you when making your interview appointment.


Starting residency training can be quite stressful so we have developed a rotation for our new residents that is aimed at reducing the stress. New residents are expected to report for our Three Day Orientation during the last week of June in preparation for “Introduction to Family Medicine”, that begins July 1st as your first full Block of residency. During this time, new residents will get to know each other, our teaching physicians and staff as well as achieve certain competencies and certification courses while experiencing residency both in the hospital and clinic settings..




       Our program participates in the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP) and Electronic Application Servces (ERAS).  Applications received by any other method will not be considered.

       Three Letters of reference and a Dean's Letter.

       Must report scores of all attempts (pass or fail) at USMLE and COMLEX (more than 1 fail on any combination of exams will not be considered).

       A copy of your medical school transcript


In addition to the above, if you are an  International Medical Graduate the following also applies:


       We sponsor only J-1 Visas.

       Must have graduated from Medical School within the last 2 years from the anticipated start of Residency (example: The Residency Program you are applying for begins 7/1/2020; you must have a Graduation date in 2018, 2019 or 2020.)

       More than 1 fail on any combination of USMLE or COMLEX exams will not be considered

       Must show demonstrated interest in Family Medicine

       Minimum of 4 months of clinical training in the US with physicians that are willing to provide reference letters.

       Meet all requirements of the ECFMG including the Clinical Skills Assessment

       Must have excellent English language communication skills


International medical graduates will also need to apply via ERAS and can obtain information about ERAS by contacting the Educational Commission For Foreign Medical Graduates at:


3624 Market Street, Philadelphia PA 19104-2685
(215) 386-5900
Fax: (215) 386-9196