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Residency Application

Every year, we select three residents. Only applicants who are enrolled in the National Residency Matching Program (NRMP) will be considered for first year positions in these programs.

We extend personal interviews to applicants who meet the following requirements

  • Have passed within two attempts:
    • USMLE Part I and Part II CK OR
    • COMLEX Part 1 and Part 2 CE
  • Submit two letters of recommendation, one of which MUST be from a family medicine physician with whom you have rotated.
  • Have a clinical rotation of a least 8 weeks duration that involves DIRECT PATIENT CARE, with at least 6 weeks in a family medicine office in the United States.
  • Have graduated from medical school within 1 year of beginning training in our program.
  • International medical graduates must have an active, unrestricted ECFMG certificate and be eligible to work in the United States as of June 1 of the academic year in which they begin training (example: 6/1/22 for academic year 22-23).

Applications are reviewed on a first response basis, so we encourage you to apply early. We only accept applications and materials thru ERAS.

Interviews are conducted every Thursday from October through Mid-December. We will contact you to schedule an interview only after your application is complete and has been reviewed.

View frequently asked questions about the application process.

All correspondence for the St. Peter Family Medicine Chehalis Rural Training Program should be addressed to:

Lisa-Ann Roura, BS, C-TAGME | Graduate Medical Education Coordinator
Chehalis Family Medicine
931 S. Market Blvd., Chehalis, WA 98532
Phone: 360-767-6305

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NRMP match

The NRMP Match Number 3198120C1 must be used when ranking this program.