Combined EM & Peds Residency Application Procedure

The University of Arizona Combined EM & Peds Residency Program accepts applications for three PGYI level positions only. This Program participates in the National Resident Matching Program. The NRMP address is:  2121 K Street, NW, Suite 1000, Washington, DC 20037.

Our program's deadline for receipt of ERAS application materials is November 1.  Please follow these instructions:

Complete the electronic application (ERAS) at your Dean's office.

Make sure you include:

  1. Dean's letter;
  2. Medical school transcript;
  3. Standardized letter of recommendation from the Emergency Medicine Council of Residency Directors (The Academic Program Director at your institution is preferred);
  4. Two other current letters of reference (include letters from both specialties of Emergency Medicine and Pediatrics); applicants currently in post-graduate training must supply a letter of reference from their current Program Director; and
  5. USMLE scores Part I (and Part II when completed).

 

Interviews for Residency Positions

Interviews for residency positions will be granted by invitation only after reviewing your completed application. Our interview season typically runs from the mid-November through the end of January. We interview on Tuesdays (Emergency Medicine) and Mondays (Pediatrics).  Interviews are by invitation only.  PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL INTERVIEW CORRESPONDENCE, INVITATION AND CONFIRMATION DETAILS, WILL BE SENT VIA ERAS MESSAGE CENTER.

The University of Arizona is an equal opportunity, affirmative action institution. The University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, or gender identity in its programs and activities.  Inquiries may be made to the Office of Institutional Equity at (520) 621-9449.

Applying to Both the Categorical and Combined Program

Application to and ranking for The University of Arizona Combined EM & Peds residency program is kept completely separate from that of the categorical EM program. Yet, both programs utilize the same interview machinery. Combined applicants who are invited to interview will spend two full days interviewing alongside (and identical to) categorical applicants. One day will be spent interviewing with the Department of Emergency Medicine and the other day with the Department of Pediatrics. For those of you who are applying for both the combined and categorical programs, the interview cycle (since identical to the categorical interview) will serve for both applications. It should be understood that a concurrent application to the combined program or categorical program will in no way benefit or compromise the other and vice versa. Again, interviewing is identical, but recruitment and ranking for the two programs are kept completely separate.