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Residency Match Programs and Application Information

The first meeting with the rising senior class is generally held in December of the Junior year to provide CV and Personal Statement examples, specialty information and  resources.  Thereafter, several meetings [and individual sessions] are held to provide additional information relating to the residency application process . 

The American Academy of Family Physicians has published an excellent step-by-step booklet " Strolling Through the Match " which explains the residency application process.

The distribution of ERAS / NRMP material occurs generally in early July and Residency Programs have access to ERAS files in September.

ERAS for Medical Schools Home

ERAS for Applicants

National Resident Matching Program (NRMP Match)

Graduate Medical Education Page

Military Early Match:

San Francisco Matching Program (Early Match)

  • Child Neurology
  • Neurosurgery
  • Neurotology Ophthalmology
  • Plastic Surgery Early Match


Previous graduates of ETSU College of Medicine who wish to re-enter the match, must submit an listing their full name, current address, phone number and graduation date.

The American Medical Association has information relating to Medical Licensure and links to State Medical Boards .


If you have questions or need assistance, please contact the ERAS / NRMP Coordinator at 423-439-6756.

Other Links:
AAFP Careers - Career Planning Resources
AAFP Career Link - Family Physicians & Employers

Last Updated:  9/26/2016

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