|Step 1||PASS (first attempt)|
|Step 2 CK||PASS (first attempt)|
|Step 2 CS||PASS (first attempt)|
Note: In accordance with the examination requirements of the Alabama Board of Medical Examiners, applicants who have attempted to pass Steps 1, 2, and 3 a combined total of more than 10 times are not eligible for a medical license and will not be allowed into the residency.
To be considered for The University of Alabama Family Medicine Residency, if you graduated from Medical School in the United States or Canada you must be a graduate of LCME-accredited or AOA-accredited medical school. If you graduated outside the United States or Canada you must hold a currently valid certificate from the ECFMG prior to appointment or hold a full and unrestricted license to practice medicine in the United States.
Applicants must apply through the ERAS; our residency is listed as Tuscaloosa College of Community Health Sciences on ERAS. We only accept the Common Application Form designed by the Association of American Medical Colleges. It is not required at the time of application, but international medical graduates must obtain ECFMG certification. Applications will not be considered if they are faxed or emailed.
A transcript, three letters of recommendation, and a dean’s letter must be submitted. The three letters should comment on the applicant’s medical knowledge, clinical judgement, and character.
Applications will be received and reviewed by our Recruiting Committee, and those chosen for interviews will be contacted through ERAS. Please note that meeting the minimum requirements of the program does not guarantee an interview.
We participate in the National Resident Matching Program and abide by its rules and regulations.
Review our Eligibility, Recruitment, and Appointment Policy on the sponsoring institution policy page for more information.
The College of Community Health Sciences is the Sponsoring Institution for the ACGME accredited University of Alabama Family Medicine Residency. The College meets ACGME requirements by providing access to a residency contract, handbook, benefits, and sponsoring institution policies. The policies apply to all College of Community Health Sciences graduate medical education training programs. These items are all subject to change.
We do not sponsor visas; our program accepts J-1 Physician Visas sponsored by the ECFMG. Please note that you do not need a visa to apply. Review our Eligibility, Recruitment, and Appointment Policy on the sponsoring institution policy page for more information.