St. Anthony Hospital
Family Medicine Residency
The Saint Anthony Family Practice Residency program is a two-year program, following a first year traditional rotating internship. The residency is built around a three part foundation:
- First to prepare physicians to deliver high quality medical care in terms of both high tech procedural proficiency and management of patient psychosocial issues.
- Second to prepare physicians to practice comfortably in either a rural or urban setting.
- Third to prepare physicians for Board Certification.
The Residency program is focused on care of total patient, both in the in-patient and out-patient setting. Hands-on procedural skills are taught by experienced faculty and the program also teaches the practice of medicine through office management seminars.
The St. Anthony Family Practice program is dedicated to the development of physicians who will further the integrity and high standards of the osteopathic profession. There is also a special interest placed on the training of physicians to become teachers of the profession.
Number of Positions
Salary and Benefits
St. Anthony’s offers a very competitive salary and benefit program.
- PGY 1 – $40,318
- PGY 2 – $41,670
- PGY 3 – $43,442
Also included are: health, life and disability insurance, malpractice insurance, PDA, continuing medical education yearly allowance, paid vacation, meals, 3 lab coats, relocation allowance, certification courses and licensing fees, and more.
How to Apply
The St. Anthony Family Practice Residency Program accepts applications for our residency positions via the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) for the NMS Match. ERAS opens for applications on August 15 every year. For more information about the osteopathic match visit their web-site or contact your College of Osteopathic Medicine Clinical Education Office.
St. Anthony’s accepts ERAS applications through November 15 every year. The program begins interviewing in October and finishes at the end of January. The match takes place in February.