John Muir Health accepts applications through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) only. Upon completion of your ERAS application, you also need to register for the match program through the National Resident Matching Program® (NRMP) and select the program(s) you would like to match. Our NRMP Program Code is 1917120C0.
To be considered for application and interview for JMH FM Residency, the following will be required:
A minimum of three letters of recommendation are required, with one being from a primary care physician and must reflect U.S. primary care clinical experience with a minimum of one month direct patient care. Our staff will not read more than three letters of recommendation.
In addition, the applicant must meet all other eligibility criteria established by the John Muir Health System.
"My time at John Muir for my inpatient medicine clerkship was an exceptional learning experience. It was a perfect balance of autonomy in caring for my own patients and collaboration with the attending and residents. Furthermore, the patient population is very diverse and I felt I had a wide exposure to a variety of bread-and-butter disease processes as well as more rare cases."
J.L- Touro University
"I was impressed with the quality of patient care, quality of the education and the accommodating staff that helped make this experience excellent."
K.K. - UCSF 3rd year medical student
The night before the scheduled interview, candidates will be invited to join our residents for a tour of the Concord Medical Center. Following the tour, John Muir Health will host the candidates and residents for dinner. This informal time will allow candidates to get to know the residents and ask questions about the program and living in the Bay Area.
Day of Interview
The official interview day starts with a Program Overview at our Family Medicine Residency Practice and a Welcome from our Program Director. Candidates will then participate in interviews with our faculty, staff, and residents. From there, candidates will move to an informal virtual Q&A with the Residents and end the day with our Program Director for final questions and a Wrap up.
We will start accepting clerkship applications in January 2018, for clerkships beginning summer of 2018. View details about our clerkship program, including how to apply.