Residency Application

We participate in the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS).

  • Graduates of a U.S. allopathic or osteopathic medical school, contact your Dean’s Office for assistance with your electronic residency application.
  • International medical school graduates can apply through the Education Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG).

Criteria for application:

  • ERAS applications only
  • No paper applications accepted
  • Deadline is DECEMBER 1
  • Applicants must pass USMLE Step I
  • (4th year students should be scheduled to take Step II)
  • For osteopathic applicants, we accept COMLEX
  • We do not have a cutoff score for these exams
  • If applicant has graduated more than three years ago, said applicant must have one year of clinical experience in the US within the last five years.
  • We sponsor ONLY J-1 visas
  • We accept 10 residents in each class.

For more information, contact:
Michelle Banfield
Residency Coordinator

Salary and Benefits

PGY Year2023-2024
Base Salary
PGY I$61,760
PGY II$63,142
PGY III$64,231
Benefits include

•    Vacation, sick or other - 25 calendar days
•    Wellness Days
•    Conference - 5 calendar days
•    Health insurance on first day of employment
       o   Medical
       o   Dental
       o   Vision
       o   Life insurance and Accidental Death & Dismemberment
       o   Flexible Spending Accounts
•    Accident Insurance
•    Critical illness
•    Hospital Indemnity Insurance
•    Whole Life insurance
•    Group Long-Term Disability Insurance
•    Lunch provided during Wednesday afternoon didactics
•    Free lab coats
•    Sign on bonuses
•    Free meals or meal allowances
•    Educational Leave: one week per year
•    Professional dues (membership dues for AAFP and IAFP, or AOA and ACOFP)
•    Malpractice insurance