Application Process

For specific eligibility requirements, please refer to the GME benefits, requirements and resources page.

Our application process is through the AAMC’s Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS). Please visit their site for more information. Our program participates in the National Residency Matching Program (NRMP).

The minimum requirements for application to our program are:

  • Completion of USMLE step I and II with a minimum passing score of 220.
  • At least three clinical letters of recommendation from physicians who can attest to your clinical work, ethics and abilities. At least one letter should be from an anesthesiologist.
  • Completion of the ERAS application form and ALL the documents required in the electronic application.

All documents should be uploaded to ERAS. Please don’t fax, email or mail us any documents unless we specifically request them from you. The application process opens in September and the deadline for submitting your completed application is December 1st.

We have linked four internship positions with the UF College of Medicine – Jacksonville department of surgery. Although we are not a categorical program, these positions are available for the residents that match with our advanced anesthesia program if you choose to select it. There is no need for an additional application process — it is automatically linked if you match with our program and if you have selected it when submitting your match list. We highly encourage applicants to consider doing this preliminary year, not only because it is in our same hospital, but because it will facilitate the transition from internship to CA-1 anesthesia resident in our program.

As soon as we receive applications, we start reviewing them and send invitations for interviews. The interviews will be conducted from October through January.

For individuals attending an interview, we suggest to arrive 10-15 minutes before the scheduled time. The day starts with a brief introduction by the program director and the chair, followed by an overview of the internship year with the surgical department chair/program director. Breakfast will be served and the candidates interview with an average of four to six faculty members. The candidates meet the rest of the faculty and the residents over lunch at noon. There is a tour of the hospital, including the operating rooms, labor and delivery, post-anesthesia care unit, pre-op holding area and the simulation center.

The day concludes with a brief meeting with the program director to answer any remaining questions.

There will be a social mixer the night before of the interview for the candidates to meet some of the residents in a relaxed and fun environment.

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