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ACGME & AOA Accredited Residency Programs

Dr. Mark Brummel

Mark Brummel, D.O.

Associate Professor & Osteopathic DME/PD

Welcome to our AOA accredited Family Medicine Residency Program web site for program  #189045 UP-KYCOM/ETSU Quillen College of Medicine.  We are unique in that our program is integrated with our three ACGME accredited Family Medicine Residency Programs. We have individual dually accredited programs in Bristol, Johnson City and Kingsport, Tennessee. Our focus is on producing comprehensive, community-focused, patient-centered, and compassionate family physicians. 

We are sponsored by the University of Pikeville -Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine and affiliated with the Appalachian Osteopathic Postgraduate Training Institute Consortium, Inc. (A-OPTIC).  As  the Director of Osteopathic Medical Education and the Program Director for our AOA Family Medicine Residency Program, I am eager to have you train with us and excited to offer you a great program in your choice of location. 

To Learn more about our Dually Accredited Family Medicine Residency Programs:

Follow the links below to learn about each program, its faculty, residents and curriculum. Plan a fourth year elective with us and see for yourself how experienced and enthusiastic our faculty are about teaching, and how dedicated our staff are to making your journey a rewarding and well supported experience.

To Apply:

We accept applications utilizing the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS). The screening process begins in July and interviews begin in September. Scores on the COMLEX I, II, and the Clinical Skills Exam are required for ranking, however, completion of all three is not necessary for an invitation to interview.

Applicants who submit their ERAS application to AOA Program #189045 and are selected to interview may choose to visit each of our three residency programs in Bristol, Johnson City and Kingsport. Candidates are not required to submit applications via ERAS to both the AOA and ACGME programs. Submission of an application to either the AOA or ACGME programs does not indicate a candidate's match decision. Applicants may register and participate in either the AOA or NRMP match.

The Match – AOA and NRMP:

Our AOA accredited Family Medicine Residency Program is integrated within our three ACGME accredited Family Medicine Residency Programs. The Bristol Program is an 8-8-8 program, the Johnson City Program is a 6-6-6 program, and the Kingsport Program is a 6-6-6 program. We are approved for 18 positions in our AOA accredited Family Medicine Residency Program.

Match Codes


  • AOA  #73981
  • NRMP #2066120C2

Johnson City:

  • AOA #73946
  • NRMP #2066120C1


  • AOA  #73982
  • NRMP #2066120C3

Kathy Kunisch

GME Coordinator
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