Applicants & Medical Student Rotation
There is no better way to experience all that St. Anthony has to offer than spending time with us on a rotation. Let us show you why we love family medicine! Rotations are available to 3rd and 4th year medical students, and we can tailor your rotation to fit your needs. While you are here you will see patients with our faculty and residents in the following settings:
- Family medicine clinic
- Labor and delivery suite
You will get to work with the residents in an after-hours church-based clinic, or you can join them when they see their patients in the nursing home. In addition, you will participate in a robust didactic curriculum that includes a variety of lectures, discussions and workshops. This is just a brief sketch of your rotation. If you need a particular rotation or want to focus on one area, email Melinda Garza, or call 405-272-8394, know and she can arrange it for you.
Osteopathic applicants can read more information about what SSM Health St. Anthony Hospital - Oklahoma City can offer you if you match into our program.
The St. Anthony Family Medicine Residency Program will be accepting applications for our nine PGY 1 positions via ERAS (the Electronic Residency Application Service). The program participates in the osteopathic (NMS) match, as well as the Allopathic match. For more information about ERAS visit their web-site or contact your Medical School.
St. Anthony accepts ERAS applications through November 1. The program begins interviewing in August and finishes at the beginning of January.
In addition to your application we will need:
- A copy of your unofficial medical school transcript
- A copy of your board scores
For an audition rotation and/or interview, the applicant must:
- Pass USMLE Step 1 or COMLEX Level 1. A minimum score of 75 (2 digit) and 400 (3 digit) is required for COMLEX 1. Minimum passing scores on the USMLE vary from year to year, but are usually around 188.
- Not fail board exams more than once. Students who fail more than one test will not meet criteria. For example, if a student failed USMLE 1 twice or failed USMLE 1 and 2 each on the first try, the student would not meet criteria.
- Submit Medical School transcripts with grades equivalent to a grade point average of 2.5. Applicants who fail 3 or more classes or repeat a semester for academic reasons will not be eligible. Applicants who are in a probationary status will not be eligible. Applicants who fail 1 or 2 classes and also fail USMLE 1 or COMLEX 1 on the first attempt will not be eligible.
- For applicants who have already graduated from medical school, eligible applicants must have graduated from medical school within twenty-seven months of their potential residency start date.
- Submit a complete application through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS). Applications must be submitted by November 1st. We participate in the National Residency Matching Program (for all ACGME-accredited programs) and the AOA Intern/Resident Registration Program (for AOA-accredited programs).