Audition and Application Information

Audition Information

You can find all of the information regarding applying for audition rotations here 

Application Requirements

Preferred scores: (Passing on first attempt is highly preferred and will take precedence over those who have more than one attempt)

  • USMLE Step 1- 220
  • USMLE Step 2 CK- 220
  • USMLE Step 2 CS- PASS
  • COMLEX Step 1 –470
  • COMLEX Step 2 CE-470
  • COMLEX Step 2 PE- Pass

You must have passed USMLE 1 and 2 CS and CK or COMLEX 1 and 2 CE and PE to start residency. USMLE 3 or COMLEX 3 must be passed by June of your first year. Osteopathic applicants are not required to take the USMLEs.

Graduation cut off year: 2023

We are not sponsoring visas (EAD or green card)

Must be ECFMG certified by Rank Order List deadline (February)

3 Letters of Recommendation

Resident Selection Process

  • All applicants must submit an application through ERAS.
  • We will begin reviewing applications September 29, 2022 and strongly suggest submitting applications as soon as possible following the ERAS timeline.
  • Applications must be received by October 15, 2022. We will not review any applications submitted after November 1. 
  • The Program Director and Associate Program Director along with core faculty review and select applicants that will be invited to interview. 
  • Interviews are conducted by the Program Director, the Associate Program Director, core teaching faculty and/or current Emergency Medicine residents. 
  • Due to COVID-19, our interview format is virtual. Our interview dates are: TBD
  • The Match process will follow and uphold all of the NRMP guidelines. 
  • We do participate in the SOAP if all residency positions do not fill during the Match. 
  • After the match results are released, the Program Director and Associate Program Director reports those who have matched into our program to the Graduate Medical Education Committee.

Starting Residency

  • All residents must sign the residency contract provided to them by their Medical Education Specialist within 10 days of the released Match results.
  • All residents must have a valid Educational Limited and Controlled Substance License in the State of Michigan on the first day of residency. A valid license must be maintained through the entire residency.
  • All applicants must have a valid BLS and ACLS certification on the first day of residency. A valid BLS and ACLS certification must be maintained through the entire residency.

Orientation is a vital step in the onboarding process for all residents here at Henry Ford Macomb and therefore, is a requirement before residency can begin. Orientation dates begin mid-June and go until the start of residency. If offered a position in our program, attendance to all orientation dates is required, no exceptions will be made to this so please plan accordingly. Failure to appear for residency orientation is considered a NRMP Match violation and could have serious consequences. Also, pre-employment screenings, ACLS and BLS courses are also required attendance.

Information for Applicants
Interested in applying to one of our programs, call (734) 246-8004.
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