Thank you for your interest in our Anesthesiology Residency Program. We are thrilled that you are considering the University of Florida for your next step in training.
The application deadline is December 31 each year for positions that begin on July 1 the following year.
To apply, you must sign up and participate in the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS).
Your ERAS application should include:
- 3 letters of reference
- Medical Student Performance Evaluation (aka Dean’s letter)
- Personal Statement
- Curriculum Vitae
- Full Medical School Transcript
- USMLE Scores
Please note that results from USMLE Step I are needed. Although there is no defined cut-off for performance on USMLE 1, our low-end average USMLE Step 1 score for successful applicants is a 220.
Results from both Step I and II are needed prior to the end of the interview season. We do accept International Medical Graduates, however we do not sponsor H-1 or J-1 visas.
Altus Suite – assessments of non-cognitive skills for selection
All applicants applying to the Anesthesiology Residency Program at the University of Florida are required to complete an online suite of assessments (Altus Suite), to assist with our selection process for the 2021/22 application cycle.
Altus Suite is a standardized, three-part online assessment of non-cognitive skills, interpersonal characteristics, and personal values and priorities that we believe are important for successful residents of our program. Altus Suite will complement the other tools that we use for applicant review and evaluation. In implementing Altus Suite, we are trying to further enhance fairness and objectivity in our selection process.
Altus Suite consists of:
- Casper: 60-90 minute online, open-response situational judgment test
- Snapshot: 10-minute one-way video interview with standardized questions
- Duet: 15-minute value-alignment assessment
You will register for Altus Suite for CSP-20101 – U.S. Graduate Medical Education
Access www.TakeAltus.com to learn more about the three-part assessment, important dates and requirements, and to create your account. Applicant fees will be waived.
Other Things to Note
Paper applications will not be accepted.
Prior clinical training is not required for our residency program. We consider every application. Our Match Coordinator and Selection Committee will review all applications individually. It is very important for your file to be as complete as possible for their review.
A personal email to interview is sent to you upon acceptance. We interview October through January on selected Thursdays.
Competitive applicants must have outstanding recommendations and academic credentials.
Applicants who have substantial research experience, wish to continue conducting research during residency, and are interested in a career in academic medicine should look into our Gravenstein Scholar Program.
Best wishes as you begin your residency search. We hope to hear from you!
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
PROFESSOR ; ASSOCIATE CHAIR FOR EDUCATION; CHIEF, PEDIATRIC ANESTHESIOLOGY; PROGRAM DIRECTOR
Timothy Martin, MD, MBA, FASA
Department of Anesthesiology, University of Florida College of Medicine, PO Box 100254, Gainesville, FL 32610