How to Apply

The University of Washington Family Medicine Residency-Chelan Rural Training Program is currently seeking ACGME accreditation. We will have final notice of accreditation in October, 2017. Once accreditation is obtained, we will open a separate match number through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS). Applicants are only selected through the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP). Applicants are welcome to apply to both the core program and the rural track or just one or the other. Interview dates will be posted once we have obtained accreditation.

Minimum Screening Requirements:

For more information on minimum screening requirements and visa information for foreign medical graduates, please visit the core program website .

BENEFITS:

Learn more about why providers have chosen to work at CVCH & why patients love their care.
Learn more about why providers have chosen to work at CVCH & why patients love their care.

For more information, please visit the core program website.

Resources:
The Lake Chelan Health & Wellness Foundation

Do you have more questions?
Learn more from our brochure below, and email rtt@cvch.org to schedule a phone call with the Rural Site Director, Dr. Keri Bergeson. She would love to share more about the community and what it is like to learn, live, and work in Chelan.