• Residency Application

  • Thank you for your interest in the St. Anthony Family Residency program.

    Applicant Criteria

    The following documents must be submitted through ERAS and received on or before December 1st:

    • Application
    • Personal Statement
    • Official USMLE/COMLEX transcript. Preference for interviews will be given to applicants who have passed on their first attempt. You do not have to have taken Step 2 CS/CK prior to being extended an interview.  However, in order to be ranked by our program, we must receive for Allopathic Providers: USMLE Step 1, Step2 CK, and Step2 CS  and Osteopathic: COMLEX Part 1, Part 2 Cognitive and Part 2 Performance.  Scores can take up to 8 weeks to be reported. Please plan accordingly.
    • Medical School transcript
    • Dean's letter
    • 3 letters of recommendation (one must be a letter from a family physician who can attest to your qualifications for, and interest in, family medicine).
    • If you are not currently in medical school, a letter of recommendation must be received from the physician with whom you are currently working.

    All applicants must have graduated from medical school within the past three years or participated in a different US residency within the past one year. A letter from the program director of that residency will be required.

    Additional notes for international candidates:

    • We are unable to sponsor anyone requiring a Visa. 
    • International graduates must be Educational Commission of Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG) certified at the time of application.
    • You must have at least 1 year of US clinical experience.


    Strong preference will be given to applicants who are eligible to obtain full licensure in the State of Colorado at the end of the PGYI year in training.  The Colorado Board of Medical Examiners requires one year of postgraduate US education for US and Canadian graduates and requires three years postgraduate US education for international graduates before licensure may be granted. If you have questions regarding Colorado licensure, please contact the Board of Medical Examiners at 303-894-7690.

    Interview information:

    • Applications are reviewed on a first-come, first-served basis.  If the application is not received by December 1st, there may be no interview spots available.
    • Interviews are scheduled from late October through Mid-January
    • Interviews are conducted on Mondays and Tuesdays.
    • Informal dinners with residents and applicants each Monday evening during interview season.   


    Sample Contract (For illustrative purposes only)

    Two Residency Tracks 

    We are excited to have moved into a brand new hospital as of March of 2015. We offer two different residency tracks that each have a different focus for continuity clinic training. Residents at both tracks follow the same curriculum and have identical inpatient and OB experience at the new Health Campus. 

    Seven residents per year match at the 144th Ave. site, which is located on the first floor of the new St. Anthony North Health Campus. This location has an emphasis on integrative health care. Three residents per year match at the 84th Ave. site and care for the predominantly under-served patient population in that community. 

    There is no separate interview process for the different tracks. We encourage you to apply to both tracks so that you have the opportunity to rank both after learning more about what we offer on your interview day.

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