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The Graduate Medical Education programs at Parkview Medical Center solely use the ERAS system (Electronic Residency Application System) for each year’s application process and match. This service necessitates electronic applications only. Please contact ERAS for more information on the application process.

Audition Rotations

Parkview Medical Center will begin accepting applications for audition rotations beginning February 1, 2018 for the 2018-2019 academic year. Any applications received prior to this date will not be considered. All audition rotations are four weeks. The steps for the selection process are listed below:

  • Applicants should download and complete the application for training.
  • Any application that is not fully completed will not be accepted and the rotation will not be scheduled.
  • Completed applications should be submitted to Medical Education Department via email to or via fax 719-544-2741.
  • Once received, applications will be reviewed by the program director with input from the members of the assigned Ambassador Team. This process can take up to one week, depending on the volume of applications.
  • If approved, the Residency Program Coordinator will email the medical student a tentative approval for the rotation. Students will then be responsible for submitting required documentation listed in the email.
  • If not approved the applicant will be notified via email as soon as decision is made.
  • Once the audition rotation schedule is full, applications approved will be placed on a waitlist. Waitlist scheduling will be done on a first-come, first-serve basis.
  • Once all documentation is received, a final confirmation will be sent to the student.
  • Parkview Medical Center does not provide housing for auditioning students. However, we do have a list of residents who rent rooms to students for the four week block. This list will be provided with the final confirmation letter.

Parkview Medical Center is both AOA and ACGME accredited and will be accepting DO and MD application’s for the 2019-2020 academic year through ERAS only. The Internal Medicine program at Parkview Medical Center has also been accredited for Osteopathic Recognition. Every resident will be required to participate in Osteopathic Principles and Practices/Osteopathic Manipulation therapy during their residency.

Information for International Medical Graduates (IMGs)

Thank you for your inquiry regarding the Parkview Medical Center Internal Medicine Program for July 2019.

    Requirements for international medical graduates are as follows:

    • USMLE Step I and II - Score must be 220 or above on Step I and Step II (must be on first attempt)
    • If you have taken Step III, you must have a passing score on the first attempt.
    • Must pass "Clinical Skills" on first attempt.
    • Six to twelve months US clinical experience preferred; inpatient experience preferred; observerships are considered as part of US experience.
    • Graduation from medical school must be within four years.
    • Must have successfully passed a standardized English Language Competency Test, such as TEOFL or the former ECFMG English Test.

      Parkview Medical Center does not sponsor J-1 or H1B visas for House staff.

        Parkview Medical Center does not offer externships or observerships.




        Interviews are scheduled from mid-September to mid–December for Candidates participating in the NMS match and from mid-October to mid-January for Candidates participating in the NRMP match. Interviews will only be offered to applicants who have a COMPLETED application submitted through ERAS.

        Requirements are as follows:

        • Comlex 1 - Score must be at least 450 or above (must be on first attempt)
        • Comlex 2 CE - Score must be at least 450 or above (must be on first attempt)
        • Comlex PE - Pass (must be on first attempt)
        • USMLE Step I and II - Score must be 220 or above on Step I and II (must be on first attempt)
        • If you have taken Step III, you must have a passing score on the first attempt.
        • Must pass "Clinical Skills" on first attempt.

        Please note: Applications sent by fax or email will not be reviewed.

        Interview cancellations should be given no less than 30 days prior to your interview. This will allow us to schedule another candidate who is interested in interviewing at our facility. Your medical school will be contacted if you do not cancel within this time frame.

        Post-Interview Communication

        We would like to thank you for your interest in our program and interviewing with us. It was a pleasure to meet each and every one of you. We wish everyone the best of luck as they complete this leg of their journey of their medical education and start the new journey into residency training.

        In order to avoid any potential miscommunication, Parkview Medical Center limits post-interview communication. We hope that our interview process was a pleasant experience for you and that we answered all your questions at that time. However, if you have a specific question about the program following your interview, please contact a member of the Ambassador Team (emails listed below), and they will be happy to assist you.

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