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2021 – 2022 Update: Due to restrictions put into place related to the pandemic, applicants will experience modifications in the interview process, to include adjustments to the application period, in-person interviews and second look opportunities. We encourage applicants to connect with all questions and needs that will support you in your journey within the National Resident Match Program guidelines.

We appreciate your interest in the United Family Medicine Residency Program and look forward to the opportunity to meet you and your family members and to provide you with a more thorough look at our program. Our formal interview process (mid-October through mid-January) will ensure access to our residents, program director, faculty, and facilities. We invite you to spend an informal evening with our residents and their family members and to explore housing and job placement opportunities for your spouse or significant other during your visit.

For our traveling applicants, we are pleased to provide the cost of an overnight accommodation. We also encourage you to become more acquainted with our program by taking time to visit for a more laid-back, informal look at our program at any time during the year, as well. (However, a formal interview must be scheduled for consideration in the Match process.)

Applicants are invited to schedule an optional dinner and second-look visit as meets their needs in finalizing the decision-making process. If you are interested in any of these invitations, please feel free to give us a call.

Applications submitted for the formal interview process will be reviewed by our admissions committee and, upon approval, applicants will be notified whether they have been selected to participate in the interview process.

Incomplete applications will be reviewed only upon receipt of all required documentation.

Applicants should submit the following materials for interview consideration:

A complete ERAS application, including:

  • Applicant’s medical schools are to be listed in one of the directories listed below:
    • World Directory of Medical Schools
    • Liaison Committee on Medical Education
    • American Osteopathic Association
  • Three letters of recommendation. Applicants are encouraged to submit one letter from a family physician.
  • U.S. citizen or permanent resident. The program does not sponsor visas.
  • Applicants transferring from another residency program to provide a letter of reference from the program director of the most recent training program.
  • Applicants to have graduated from medical school within the last five years or have been working as a physician within the last three years. Applicants to have a minimum of six months of U.S. clinical experience. Research will not be considered clinical experience.
  • A valid ECFMG certificate, with a passing score on the Clinical Skills Assessment (CSA) exam.
  • Applicants to pass the USLME or COMLEX exams with a maximum of two total unsuccessful attempts. Completion of USLME Step 3 within five years of Step 2.
  • Applicants to be eligible for full, unrestricted licensure in the State of Minnesota.
  • Interviews are subject to invitation by the residency program. There is no guarantee that in meeting the application requirements, an applicant will receive an interview due to the number of applications received and due to the number of available positions in the training program.

For your convenience, our Match number is: 1342120C0 or Accreditation Number: 1202621526

We wish you the best as you begin your interviewing and decision-making process. We appreciate the opportunity to collaborate with you in meeting you informational needs.

For questions regarding the program or interview process, please contact:

Stephanie Rosener, MD
Program Director