We have several opportunities to spend time
internationally. Some of the most traveled rotations are with the
Zimbabwe International Exchange program in Harare, Zimbabwe and the Guatemala
Global Health elective in Coatepeque, Guatemala in addition to opportunities
through the Johnson and Johnson Global Health Scholars program. Click here for additional information.
Currently we have 174 interns and residents plus 8 medicine-pediatric residents.
They love it! Feedback from the 4+1 schedule has been
nothing but positive and is incorporated into everyone's schedule.
All of our sites are very close in proximity. The
most amount of time it would take between two would be 30 minutes
The majority of residents rent within the Denver metropolitan
area, in close proximity to all our training sites. We have a mixture of renters and buyers.
No, COMLEX cannot be submitted instead of USMLE.
US medical school applicants must
pass USMLE step 1 to be considered for an interview. Non-US medical school
applicants and osteopathic applicants must pass and submit steps 1 and 2 in
order to be eligible.
unique features at the University of Colorado.
All residents will have a 4+1 schedule (alternating 4 weeks of an
inpatient rotation or elective with and 1 week clinic). We offer three
different pathways (Educator, Leadership and Research) and have five different
tracks (Categorical, Primary Care, Hospitalist, Preliminary year and Physician
Scientist Training Program). We have 4 different main training sites
(University of Colorado Hospital, Denver Health (our county hospital), VA and
Presbyterian St. Luke’s (a private hospital). Colorado is most appealing for
its many outdoor activities.
Step 3 scores are not included in
our requirements and we do not generally give those applicants with step 3
scores any type of advantage.
|Yes||14|While most of our residents do not take time off between medical
school and residency, we will evaluate applications of all individuals who have
graduated within the past 5 years.
We require a chairman's letter and three letters of recommendation. That is a total of 4 letters.
No, applications for PGY-1 positions are only accepted via ERAS.
accepting applications via ERAS on September 1, 2015. The
application deadline is November 15, 2015.
medical school applicants must pass step 1 scores to be considered for an
interview. Non-US medical school applicants and osteopathic applicants must
pass and submit steps 1 and 2 in order to be eligible.
Yes. We offer approximately 9 unattached preliminary positions each year.
|Yes||20|Yes, we generally look for
scores at or above the mean of 221. We expect that individuals
will pass the exams in their first attempt.
We welcome applicants participating in the couples match and will be flexible
in arranging your interview day. Please let us know if you have any special
invite a number of applicants before the end of October and the rest before
June 14th - June 22nd, 2016