All applications to St. Luke’s Family Medicine Residency Program must be made through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS). Applications made through the mail, electronic mail or by telephone will not be considered.
The minimum eligibility requirements for the residency are:
1. All applicants must be graduates of a United States allopathic or osteopathic medical school or an international medical school recognized by the World Health Organization.
2. All graduates of international medical schools are encouraged to have at least one (1) year of US clinical experience.
3. All applicants should have three (3) letters of recommendation from clinical preceptors, preferably from the United States or Canada.
4. All applicants must have graduated from medical school within the past five (5) years.
5. All applicants must have successfully passed their USMLE/COMLEX examinations. Completion of all three steps is strongly encouraged.
6. The St. Luke’s Family Medicine Residency Warren Program does not sponsor visas at this time.
7. All applicants must demonstrate through their personal statement and/or letters of recommendation a strong commitment to the philosophy of the specialty of Family Medicine and the principles of the St. Luke’s Family Medicine Residency.
8. Applications will be reviewed by our residency selection committee. Only those applicant chosen for the interview will be contacted.
9. We will continue with exclusive virtual interviewing for this season. An optional in person end of season open house will be offered for interviewed candidates. Open house is optional and will not interfere with ranking decision.
10. Our program will be utilizing signaling from ERAS. While signal indicates your interest in our program, it does not guarantee an interview. Our program utilizes a holistic process for reviewing applicants and determining who will be granted an interview.
11. The deadline for application is December 1 of the current interviewing season.
Please feel free to contact us with any additional questions.