How to Apply
If you are interested in applying for a family medicine residency position, please use the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS). Our program does not have a supplemental application. Supporting documents are required and should be directed to ERAS:
- Personal statement
- Three letters of recommendations from persons familiar with your clinical performance; at least one of these must be a family physician
- Transcript and Dean's letter of reference
- USMLE or COMLEX scores
- Recent professional photograph
We do not offer observerships or externships. We accept applications only through ERAS, and our application deadline is Jan. 31. Requirements for those applying to our Family Medicine Residency Program include:
- Graduated from medical school in year 2019 or later OR
- Currently enrolled in a residency program OR
- Employed in a full-time clinical practice within the last six months.
Applicants must have a strong commitment to family medicine, and evidence of practicing in the field. Experience in the United States is not required; however, applicants must be eligible for a Missouri medical license. Applicants must be able to speak and write fluent English. Non-U.S. citizens must obtain their visa before our program start date of July 1.
No minimum USMLE or COMLEX scores are required. No USMLE Step 2 is score necessary to apply or interview, but it is required before ranking on Feb. 1.
Community Advantages in Central Missouri
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Learn more about the Bothwell-University of Missouri Rural Family Medicine Residency Program.