Application Process

We participate in the ERAS program - ERAS Program Number/NRMP Number: 1777380A0
Applications must include the following:

• Curriculum Vitae

• ERAS Common Application

• Detailed Personal Statement of interest in Public Health and Preventive Medicine

Your statement should explain your interest in these fields and in training at a public health agency.  Describe your future goals and how this Residency Program will help you achieve them. Please explain what you would be interested in working on, both as a resident, and in your future career.

• Three (3) Letters of Recommendation – written within the last 6 months:

One from the Residency Program Director for your clinical (PGY1) training, and two from clinical and/or research supervisors. If you are currently employed, a letter from your supervisor is required prior to entry into the Residency Program. If you are currently in a training program other than the one in which you completed your PGY1 year, you must submit a letter from your current program director as well.

• Dean’s Letter

• Transcripts

• A copy of the USLME and/or COMLEX Steps 1, 2 & 3 scores

• ECFMG Certification/CSA TEST results, if applicable

Applications should be completed by November 15 of the year prior to the start date (July 1st). Interviews will be held during November/December for selected applicants.

 

MPH Degree

• Master of Public Health is required to complete the Residency.

• If the MPH is needed; residents can complete the required coursework at Nova Southeastern University in Ft. Lauderdale, tuition free.

 
Florida Medical License
• Candidates must secure a Florida training medical license prior to starting the residency.

A Florida Training License can be obtained through the Board of Medicine after acceptance into the program. View website of Division of Medical Quality Assurance for Training License.

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