We are committed to training family physicians who are interested in future careers that include an emphasis on ambulatory family medicine, the health of the public, and a leadership in community health care delivery. We are looking for mature, self-directed medical students who are committed to leading teams of health care providers, improving community health care, leading innovations in practice, providing exemplary outpatient care with an emphasis on effective chronic disease management. Duke Family Medicine Residency Program will provide you the tools for success.
To be considered for an interview, students or graduates from an LCME-accredited medical school must:
- Be scheduled for graduation in 2018, or have graduated from an allopathic or osteopathic medical school in 2015, 2016 or 2017.
- Have a passing score on Step I of USMLE (MD candidates) or COMLEX (DO candidates) or equivalent Canadian licensing examinations.
- Be eligible to work in the United States: US citizen, Lawful Permanent Resident (green card holder, Asylee, Refugee, etc.). The program does not provide visa sponsorship.
- Meet residency technical standards
- Meet employment eligibility requirements for Duke University Hospital GME trainees.
A complete ERAS application is required, including:
- Curriculum Vita (CV)
- Personal statement
- Three letters of recommendation from faculty who have directly supervised clinical performance. At least one letter should be from a family physician.
- Medical school transcript(s)
- Medical Student Performance Evaluation (MSPE)
- USMLE, COMLEX or Canadian licensing exam scores
Preferences for interview are given to applicants who:
- Demonstrate leadership
- Have participated in community service activities
- Are dedicated to family medicine as a career path
All incoming residents are required to have passed USMLE Steps I & II (both CS & CK) or equivalent before beginning residency at Duke.
The Duke Family Medicine Residency Program reserves the right to limit interviews and to change the above requirements.