How to Apply
We are are only accepting applications through the ERAS portal.
PGY1 - 10 Positions
ACGME ID : 1401200002
St. Francis-Emory Healthcare will participate in the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP)
The St. Francis Internal Medicine Residency Program does not accept Visa’s or H1 applicants at this time; this topic will be revisited at a later date.
Thank you for your interest in our program.
Residency applications are a compilation of materials that demonstrate your qualifications and help programs assess whether you would be a good fit and a successful trainee for their specialty.
The application portfolio generally includes these components:
- Application or Curriculum Vitae (CV)
- Letters of recommendation (3)
- Personal statement
- Official final transcripts from medical school
- Medical Student Performance Evaluation (MSPE)
- Licensing exam transcript
You are responsible for creating or assembling the first three components; your medical school is responsible for the remaining components. They will either provide these to you to include in your application or upload them directly into your application.
You can start preparing elements of your residency application even before you've finalized your specialty choice and chosen programs to apply to. Ideally, you will have your application materials well underway by the time the residency application services open — which can be as early as the summer before your final year. At the latest, your application must be completed and submitted to residency programs by early fall. Many programs select students for interviews using the “first come, first served” policy, so the sooner you submit your application, the better.
General Admissions Requirements
- Candidates who match with us must fulfill all applicable licensure eligibility requirements before commencing work at St. Francis Emory Healthcare.
- A preadmission health review and current immunization record are required prior to starting the St. Francis Emory Healthcare Internal Medicine Residency Program.
- Prospective residents must pass a criminal background check and drug screening.
- Appointments are confirmed via a written letter that constitutes a residency appointment to St. Francis Emory Healthcare Graduate Medical Education. You will be asked to sign and return one copy of the appointment letter. Then you will receive a contract outlining full details of your residency commitment.