HOW TO APPLY

 

Kendall Regional Medical Center participates in the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS)  and only accepts electronic applications through ERAS -ACGME ID:1101100195

Your completed file should include the following documents:

 

  • ERAS Residency Application

  • Medical School Performance Evaluation (MSPE)

  • Three Letters of Recommendation (written within the last 6 months). We accept the CORD Standard Letters of Evaluation (SLOE).

  • Official Medical School Transcript

  • Official USMLE Transcript Step 1 and Step 2CK & CS or

  • Official COMLEX Transcript Step 1 and Step 2 

  • Curriculum Vitae and Personal Statement

  • ECFMG Certificate if available

Eligibility Criteria

LCME graduates:

  • Passed USMLE I and USMLE II at first attempt with a minimum score of 210

  • Medical school graduation within the last 5 years

  • Doctor of Medicine diploma without reservations

  • Fluency in spoken and written English

  • Proof of US citizenship or appropriate visa status

AOA graduates:

  • Passed USMLE I and USMLE II at first attempt with a minimum score of 210

  • Medical school graduation within the last 5 years

  • Doctor of Osteopathy diploma without reservations

  • Fluency in spoken and written English

  • Proof of US citizenship or appropriate visa status

International graduates:

  • Passed USMLE I and USMLE II at first attempt with a minimum score of 210

  • Medical school graduation within the last 5 years

  • Doctor of Medicine diploma without reservations

  • Current ECFMG certification or certification in prior to ranking

  • Fluency in spoken and written English

  • Proof of US citizenship or appropriate visa status

**The program director may permit the waiver of one or more of these requirements under special circumstances.

 

 

Reasons for Ineligibility

Applicant does not demonstrate sufficient commitment to the specialty of Emergency Medicine, included but not limited to:

  • Applicant did not present favorable impression to faculty, resident physicians and/or residency coordinator during elective time or interview process

  • Quality of interaction during preliminary contact with staff suggests incompatibility with the mission and values of the program and hospital

  • Quality of personal statement (content, typographical and grammatical errors), including no obvious commitment to Emergency Medicine

  • Limited verbal and written English skills, including the inability to write clearly and legibly

Applicants must have successfully participated in formal clinical training, medical school, residency training, or full-time clinical practice within the last 24 months (from date of application to the residency program).

 

Interviews will be scheduled by invitation after the application file is reviewed by the Program Directors.

 

 

For additional information or questions, please contact:

Iraida Matias
Residency Program Coordinator

Department of Emergency Medicine

KENDALL REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER

11750 SW 40th Street | Miami, Florida 33175

Phone: 305-480-6602 | Fax: 305-485-2962 | Email: Iraida.matias@hcahealtcare.com