For Our Applicants

Photo courtesy of resident Paige Ruiz, MD.

Welcome!

Thank you for considering Stanford Emergency Medicine for your training! 

These are unprecedented times and our mission remains to fulfill your educational needs given any situation that might arise. We understand that the current situation can cause stress on an applicant and we are here to streamline this process for you as much as possible.

We will keep you updated on this year’s application process as we move to virtual interviews.  Our goal is to make your interview process as personal and individualized as possible to help you make the most informed decision about your future!

Meet the Residency Leadership Team

Website Last Updated: September 14, 2020

What Makes Stanford Residency Unique

OUR TIMELINE

October 21

Begin reviewing ERAS applications


November 2

Begin sending interview offers


November 4

Interviews begin

We Understand

The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted clinical education across the country and has created unique challenges for students applying to Emergency Medicine. Our top priorities remain medical student health and well-being. We will be adhering to the following guidelines:

  1. Ideally, each student will complete one EM rotation, typically at their home institution. 

  2. We will be expecting applicants to have only one EM SLOE.

  3.  We encourage Non-EM SLOEs, using the O-SLOE template.

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Department of Emergency Medicine
900 Welch Road, Suite 350
Palo Alto, CA 94304

Main Line: 650-723-6576

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