Family Medicine

How to Apply

Our program accepts applications through ERAS September 27-December 1. We will interview approximately ten candidates for each available position (n=8) for a total of 80 interviews. Only complete applications will be considered for interview selection. Exceptions will be considered on a case-by-case basis as determined by the Program Director; no communication is necessary to request an exception.

Our Program identification numbers are:
ACGME ID: 120010073
NRMP Code: 2335120C

A complete application must have:

    ERAS application / Curriculum Vitae
  • Personal statement, which should describe your background, aspirations, vision, commitment to family medicine and specific interest in our program
  • Three letters of recommendation, one of which must be from a family medicine physician
  • USMLE or COMLEX transcript
  • Medical School transcript
  • ECFMG transcript (for international medical students/graduates only)
  • Medical Student Performance Evaluation (MSPE), also called a “Dean’s Letter”

Our program will consider sponsoring J1 visas for qualified applicants.

Those selected to interview will be contacted by email no later than December 15. We have additional information if you are applying as an international medical graduate, please see the International Medical Graduate FAQs.


Crestwood Family Medicine Residency Program is planning hybrid interview options at this time. Everyone will be offered the opportunity to interview in-person. For those unable to travel, we will provide virtual interview options. If invited for an interview, our Program Coordinator will correspond with you and help you with interview scheduling via email and ThalamusGME. When interviewing, a typical in-person day will consist of a hospital tour, individual faculty interviews, a clinic tour and a casual lunch for all applicants. A typical virtual interview day will consist of a short presentation that includes a virtual hospital and clinic tour, meeting with the program leadership team, and individual interviews with faculty.

Selection Criteria

Crestwood Family Medicine Residency Program selects residents on the basis of their preparedness, ability, aptitude, academic credentials, communication skills and personal qualities such as character, motivation and integrity. Crestwood Family Medicine Residency Program does not discriminate with regard to sex, race, age, color, national origin, disability, veteran status or religious affiliation. Applicants are expected to abide by a professional code of conduct at all times.

Match Process

Crestwood Family Medicine Residency Program participates in the NRMP Match. Our NRMP Code is 2335120C. As such, it abides by the NRMP Codes of Conducts and Policies/Procedures. Should you have a question following your interview, please feel free to reach out. We are happy to answer questions, but will refrain from any form of post-interview communication that could be construed as illegal signaling.

Onboarding & Orientation: Matched applicants will receive an email to the address listed in the ERAS application. This email will include important information regarding onboarding and orientation. Onboarding will occur in New Innovations using a checklist with each step given a deadline. Please adhere to the deadlines to assure your training starts on July 1.

Crestwood Medical Center hosts a one-week orientation, typically the last week of June. Specific dates and details will be provided following Match Day. During orientation, you will receive all the tools to successfully begin your first year of residency in our program. Please refer to the Frequently Asked Questions page for additional information.

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