General application considerations
- Michigan offers a four-year ACGME accredited postgraduate residency training program approved for four residents at each year level, for a total of 16 residents
- selection for participation in our program is competitive
- the number of applications and their quality continues to increase yearly
Full eligibility requirements»
Beaumont believes strongly that the selection of high quality residents for its graduate training programs is critical to our mission of providing the highest quality education programs. To this end, in compliance with Accreditation Council for Graduate
Medical Education (ACGME) institutional requirements, applicants must meet one of the following qualifications to be considered eligible for matriculation into our residency programs:
- Graduate of a Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME), accredited medical school in the U.S. or Canada, or
- Graduate of an osteopathic school accredited by the AOA, or
- Graduate of medical school outside the U.S. with a valid certificate from the ECFMG, or
- Graduate of medical school outside the U.S. with a full and unrestricted license to practice medicine in a U.S. licensing jurisdiction, or
- Completed a Fifth Pathway Program provided by an LCME accredited medical school.
- Osteopathic candidates must have completed 1 year of residency in an osteopathic program to be eligible to apply in an allopathic program.
In addition, residents transferring to a Beaumont residency training program must submit a written letter of reference from their current program director which must include a statement of their current status in the program. The Beaumont Program Director
must also speak directly with their current program director about this reference.
Beaumont participates in the National Residency Matching Program (NRMP) to select candidates for its residency programs. All applicants for Beaumont residency positions are received through the Electronic Residency Application System (ERAS). Candidates
are invited for personal interviews based on their eligibility and selection criteria. Candidates for our residency programs will be ranked and selected according to a composite evaluation of the following and other criteria. Note the minimum criteria
for each program varies. (See program specific criteria)
Kelly L. Kirkland
GME Program Manager, Obstetrics & Gynecology
Applications for residencies/fellowships must be submitted through ERAS (unless otherwise indicated).
- Do not send any application material to the program director
- if selected for an interview, you will be contacted personally by phone or email, or through the ERAS processing system
- in some cases, interviews may be arranged before all letters of recommendation are received to accommodate travel schedules
- only completed applications will receive final consideration
- if you have any questions regarding the interview process or your application, please contact the program coordinator listed for the program