Each year, the McLeod Family Medicine Residency Program receives over 800 applications and typically offers interviews to 60 or 70 of the most qualified applicants. Our program draws residents from all areas of the United States. We welcome applications from allopathic and osteopathic medical schools.
To apply, complete the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) application (paper applications will not be accepted). We do not have a supplemental application to the ERAS application.
All supporting documents should be directed to the Electronic Residency Application Service. Supporting documents for the ERAS application should include:
After we receive your ERAS application, we’ll notify you by email or letter to schedule an interview. An interview at the core program is required for the rural training track. A second look interview may be scheduled for the rural sites.
Click here to view copy of Family Medicine Residency Employment Agreement.