The UCSF Fresno Pediatrics Residency Program uses the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS at www.aamc.org/eras) sponsored by the Association of American Medical Colleges.
Program Director – Robert Kezirian, MD
For information about our application requirements please see below. For answers to specific questions, please contact:
Nancy Jackson, Residency Program Manager
Children’s Hospital Central California
Telephone: (559) 353-5141
FAX: (559) 353-5318
Web address: http://www.fresno.ucsf.edu/pediatrics
UCSF Fresno Medical Education Program web address: http://www.fresno.ucsf.edu
Application Requirements: ( Program Specific Information)
Must have passed USMLE with 200 or higher, no failures
No more than 5 years to complete medical school (with no more than 1 year gap)
No failed classes in medical school
No longer than 5 years out of medical school
Minimum Employment Requirements
To be eligible for an appointment contract for residency training with “The University of California” all current or expected trainees must possess one of the following for the duration of all anticipated years of training:
The University does not sponsor H-1B visas. Please contact individual programs regarding their policy on sponsoring H-1B visas.
California Medical License-
The State of California requires housestaff who meet the following criteria to have a license in order to continue training:
UCSF Fresno is committed to selecting and hiring the most capable housestaff in order to pursue its strategic goals of excellence in teaching, learning, research, scholarship, creative activity and service to the community. All offers of appointment to UCSF Fresno sponsored GME programs are specifically conditioned upon a criminal background investigation. Background checks will be carried out by an agency on behalf of UCSF Fresno Graduate Medical Education Office. By signing the background check release form, prospective trainees are consenting to a background investigation
Additional Information for Foreign Medical Graduates
The State of California requires that graduates of schools outside the U.S. or Canada obtain a “Postgraduate Training Authorization” letter authorizing residency training in California. The letter is valid for entry into a training program for one year. The expected start date for residency training must be before the letter expires (one year from issue date).
You must be in possession of an ECFMG (Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates) certificate in order to commence residency training in the United States. Please visit the ECFMG website at www.ecfmg.org for additional information on how to obtain certification.
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