Medical Student Information

The following pages are meant to provide resources for our current students and to highlight specific areas of our residency program.

  • Residency Application Information

    1008 Minnequa
    Pueblo, CO 81004
    Nancy Hamilton: 719-557-5872
    Administrative Fax: 719-557-4780

    Southern Colorado Family Medicine Resident Application

    Southern Colorado Family Medicine does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, disability, creed, religion, sexual orientation or veteran status in admission and access to, and treatment and employment in, its educational program and activities.

    Meeting the following recommendations does not guarantee an interview. Being interviewed does not guarantee being ranked for the match.

    General Application Information

    All applications (allopathic, osteopathic, international and "scramble") must be made on ERAS. As a participant in NRMP, we do not offer positions outside the "match." Priority is given to applications completed by November 5.

    1. Completed ERAS applications include the Dean's Letter (if available at time of application), Transcript, Personal Statement including reference to applicants desire to train in family medicine, and association with Colorado, 3 Letters of Reference including at least one from a Family Medicine Preceptor, and all USMLE/COMLEX scores. We look for applicants whose passing USMLE/COMLEX 2 and CS/PE, scores are available in ERAS by February 1.
    2. We look for physicians committed to practicing in the Southeast Centura Health system service area (southeast Colorado, southwest Kansas, northern New Mexico).
    3. We look for physicians who can receive an unrestricted medical license by the state of Colorado and a DEA license at the beginning of the second year of residency.
    4. We look for applicants with 3 years or less between medical school graduation and start of residency. Individual exception may be made in the case of US Military personnel honorably separating from military service, with active medical service as general medical officers or flight surgeons during their active duty.
    5. Invitations for interviews will be sent electronically through ERAS. Interviews will be held through January.
    6. If you have previous residency training, a letter of reference and/or an evaluation from the Program Director is also required.

    International Applicants

    SCFM is unable to sponsor or accept anyone requiring sponsorship for a visa. SCFM does not offer positions outside the match.

    1. All of the information in the General Application Information section applies.
    2. Applicants must have an ECFMG certificate prior to January 31 of the year in which they desire to start residency.

    We prefer training of physicians who can receive an unrestricted medical license by the state of Colorado and a DEA license at the beginning of the second year of residency. Click here to refer to the Colorado State requirements.

  • Med Student Rotations

    Southern Colorado Family Medicine provides learning opportunities for both osteopathic and allopathic medical students.

    Third Year Rotations

    Third year rotations are available with all attending physicians in the practice. Southern Colorado Family Medicine offers third year rotations to third year osteopathic students who are interested in Family Medicine.

    Fourth Year Rotations

    Fourth year rotations are available for both allopathic and osteopathic students. We offer these rotations to two students per month. Interested fourth year students are required to:

    • Provide a letter from the dean of your medical school stating that you are a student in good standing.
    • Provide proof of medical insurance.
    • Provide proof of medical malpractice liability insurance.
    • Current Immunizations.
    • Provide Step/Level 1 Board Scores.
    • BLS/ACLS Certification
    • Download our clerkship application form and email it to our program coordinator.

    Family Medicine Inpatient Service

    Students oftentimes work with two interns and two upper level residents on the Adult Medicine Inpatient service caring for patients in the hospital and on Labor and Delivery. Residents also may attend outpatient procedure and specialty clinics.