Residency Application Process
All PGY-1 applicants apply through ERAS, the Electronic Residency Application Service, through your medical school. International medical graduate applicants also use ERAS through the ECFMG (Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates). The ECFMG phone number is (215) 386-5900. International medical graduates will need a California Evaluation Status Letter from the California Medical Board; their phone number is (916) 263-2368.
The deadline for applications and supporting materials is November 1, 2016. We will consider your application for an interview once the following are received:
- Common Application Form
- Personal Statement
- USMLE or COMLEX Step I Score
- Official Transcript
- California Evaluation Status Letter (IMG’s)
- ECFMG Certificate (IMG’s)
Your full application must be received by the November 1 deadline and must include all the above items plus the following:
- Two Letters of Recommendation
- Dean’s Letter
We require USMLE or COMLEX Step 1 scores with a passing grade, there is no minimum score requirement. As for step II, although not required, it is a good idea to submit this score as well.
All applicants must have graduated from medical school within the last 5 years (or have 2 years experience in a regular clinical practice), and must have at least 1 year of clinical experience in the US (medical school rotations in the US count toward this requirement). We do not sponsor visas for medical trainees.
If upon review of your application you are selected to interview, you will be contacted by telephone and/or email. Our interviews are held on Mondays and Fridays. We will be interviewing from early November into January.
Couples or partners are encouraged to apply to our program. Every attempt is made to accommodate individual scheduling needs.
PGY-2 positions are sometimes available. Applicants are encouraged to call the Residency Office about availability of PGY-2 positions.
For more information please contact our Selection Coordinator at (707)583-8806 or email us at email@example.com.
If interested in participating in an elective experience at the Santa Rosa Family Medicine Residency, please contact us via phone or email. See more information about our student rotations.
House Staff Salaries in 2016-2017*
*For the academic year: July 1, 2016 - June 30, 2017
Additional compensation includes:
- Bilingual pay available at an additional $0.70 per hour, per requirements
- Paid sick coverage
- Double-time for worked holidays
- Health, dental and vision insurance; dependents and domestic partner coverage available
- Life insurance coverage of $50,000
- Malpractice insurance
- Scrubs/lab coats provided to residents
- Maximum Paid Time Off (PTO), including 4 weeks of vacation, 9 holidays, and 7 "personal" days off
- Meal fund: $450 per quarter
- Professional education fund: $3,255 per year, per requirements, covers exam fees, licensing, conferences, software and hardware.
- Relocation Reimbursement: up to $1,000 for relocation from Northern California and up to $1,800 for relocation from outside of Northern California
- Administrative support for licensing, boards, and scheduling
- A focus on well-being in the midst of Residency, with weekly Personal and Professional Development groups, an annual Resident retreat, and a culture of supporting Residents.