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Applying to our Program


Program-specific benefits:

EMSONO curriculum

Rosh Review question bank subscription

For additional benefits available to all Inspira GME residents/fellows (including stipend/salary), please click HERE.

Application Information

Our program participates in ERAS and NRMP.  Our NRMP program code is 2086110C0.  Applications are only accepted via ERAS.  All applications received will be reviewed by our team.  All applicants interested in our program are encouraged to apply.  


  • Completed ERAS application

  • Undergraduate and graduate medical training, including the name of each institution, degrees granted and anticipated, program completed, and dates attended 

    • Medical school graduation cannot exceed 5 years prior to the start of the program ​

  • Official transcript reflecting all courses through Year 3 of medical school ​

  • Licensing exams (USMLE and/or COMLEX) 

  • Dean's letter/Medical Student Performance Evaluation

  • Letters of recommendation - at least three (3) letters in total, with at least one (1) being in the form of a Standardized Letter of Evaluation

    • Click HERE for more information about SLOEs directly from the Council of Residency Directors in Emergency Medicine (CORD)


     Selected applicants will be invited to interview with our program.  Our interview season typically runs from November to January.  Our Interview process includes meetings with the Program Director/Assistant Program Director, select core faculty members, and senior residents, as well as informal panel discussion/Q&A with residents of all years.  

Questions regarding application to our program can be directed to our program coordinator, Brenda Mulford, via telephone (856-641-6023) or email (

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