We are privileged to participate in the National Residency Matching Program (NRMP) and accept all of our applications through Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS). Application deadline is November 1.
- Application (accepted ONLY through the AAMC ERAS)
- Personal Statement
- Medical School Transcript
- Medical School Dean's Letter
- Three Letters of Recommendation
- Passage of Steps 1 and 2 USMLE OR Passage of COMLEX Level 1 and 2 (no minimum score)
- Photograph (optional)
- American citizenship, permanent resident status, DACA status or J-1 Visa
- Graduation from medical school within 3 years
- PGY1 applicants to this program with a gap of 1 year or more between medical school graduation and entry to residency must have clinical experience during the gap
Letters of invitation for interviews will be sent via e-mail once your application is received and reviewed. Interviews are held on Mondays and Fridays through mid-December.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and national recommendations, recruitment for family medicine residency will be done virtually this year. All of our interviews and site tours will be conducted over a virtual meeting platform and applicants will not need to travel to Ann Arbor to apply. Our match list will be finalized and sent to our DIO by the end of January. Pandemic – permitting, we will conduct optional second look visits both virtually and in person in February after the program’s rank list has been locked. Second look attendance will not affect ranking and will only be meant to give applicants a chance to better understand our community. The program will not have knowledge of who has signed up for the optional second look prior to submission of the program’s rank list.
Currently we offer thirteen first year positions and applicants may choose to rank “Family Med: AnnArbor”, and/or the Spanish Language and Community Medicine Track. Spanish fluency is required for the Spanish Language and Community Medicine Track.
Medical School Electives
We offer a unique month-long elective experience for medical students from other schools to work with us and experience family medicine at the U-M. Students work alongside our residents on our Family Medicine Obstetrics Service and our Family Medicine Inpatient services at Michigan Medicine and St. Joseph Mercy - Chelsea. These experiences give visiting students the broadest experience possible to learn our approach to delivering high-quality care to our patients and innovative education to our residents and students.
Salary & Benefits
FY 24 - 7/1/2023
HOI - $70,000
HOII - $72,800
HOIII - $75,712
FY26 - 7/1/2025
HOI - $74,624
HOII - $77,609
HOIII - $80,713
FY25 - 7/1/2024
HOI - $72,275
HOII - $75,166
HOII - $78,173
FY27 - 7/1/2026
HOI - $77,049
HOII - $80,131
HOIII - $83,336
Holiday pay, on-call meal allowance, travel reimbursement, and an annual investment bonus are also provided. Health insurance, disability insurance, malpractice coverage, and discounted dental, as well as a host of other benefits are negotiated by the House Officers Association.
The University of Michigan offers highly competitive salaries and tremendous benefits to our residents/fellows. An overview of salary, benefits and employment eligibility is available on the GME Office website.
If your partner has received an interview at the University of Michigan or a nearby program and you have not yet heard from our program, please contact us at the email address below for an application review.
If you have questions about any of the experiences that the program offers, feel free to contact us.
Jean Wong, M.D., Residency Director
Jenna Greenberg, M.D., Chelsea Assistant Residency Director
Laura Heinrich, M.D., Ypsilanti Assistant Residency Director
Thomas W. Bishop, Psy.D., M.A., Assistant Residency Director
Deb Wright, Residency Coordinator
E-mail: Residency Program
Address:300 North Ingalls Street, NI4C06
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109-5435
Telephone (734) 615-2690
Fax (734) 615-2687