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Application and Interview Information


Capital Health Family Medicine Residency Program only accepts applications through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS®). We will begin accepting applications for the six PGY1 positions based on the ERAS timeline for the year. Once the applications have been reviewed, selected applicants will be invited via e-mail to interview. Positions are offered through the National Residency Matching Program (NRMP).

ACGME number: 1203300692

Minimum Requirements

Applicant must:

  • Enroll in the National Residency Matching Program (NRMP) match
  • Be graduating from or be a graduate of a medical college accredited by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME), American Osteopathic Association (AOA), or an International Medical School with formal US clinical rotation training.
  • Have graduated medical school within three (3) years of applying for residency.
  • Be a US citizen or permanent resident (green card holder). We do not accept or sponsor visas. Applications with a valid Employment Authorization Document (EAD) will be reviewed and invited, pending other aspects of the application.

Application must include:

  • Dean’s letter of recommendation
  • Medical school transcripts
  • Three letters of recommendation (written within the past 24 months)
  • USMLE/COMLEX scores - Applicants are encouraged to complete USMLE or COMLEX Steps 1 & 2 (CK & CS), prior to an interview.
  • ECFMG certification, if applicable
  • Personal statement

If transferring from another program, applicant must have at least three years of remaining Medicare funding for residency training.

Please feel free to contact us at any time if you have any questions.

Post-COVID Interview Season Considerations

In this unprecedented time, we are aware that our normal process and travel may be limited in this upcoming recruitment season. We plan to prepare for this with the following possible interventions.

Virtual interview day:

  • Family Medicine Residency Program Introduction – Drs. Danielle Carcia, Cresandra Corbin, and Marissa Stabile
  • Twenty minute one-on-one interviews with faculty and/or GME staff
  • Recorded virtual tour presentation with live Q&A session

Applicant Visit Day (if travel ban and precautions lifted by the end of the interview season):

  • Available to all applicants and are personalized based on applicant’s interests and needs.
  • Group functions will be available in late January or early February and will allow for an in-person hospital tour and opportunity to get to know the faculty better.
  • These opportunities are voluntary and are not required nor will they affect your candidacy or rank for the program. They are available as a benefit for applicants who feel their initial interview was not adequate to get a feel for our program and would like more information.