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American College of Preventive Medicine Standardized Acceptance Process

The Emory Preventive Medicine Residency Program may participate in the American College of Preventive Medicine's Standardized Acceptance Process for Resident applications. If our program does enroll for the 2018-2019 training season, applicants will be notified of the adjusted timeline and the website will be updated. Read more about the SAP here.

Application Timeline

Generally, applications are accepted year-round, but are actively under review based on the following schedule:

Applications: Due no later than November 15 but should be submitted as early as possible.
Interviews: By phone or in-person any time after a complete application is received.
Decisions and offers: December or January

Check Your Eligibility

The Preventive Medicine Residency Program follows the established guidelines set forth by Emory University School of Medicine (SOM), the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME), and the Office of Graduate Medical Education (GME) concerning resident eligibility and selection.

All residents appointed to the Preventive Medicine Residency Program of the Emory University School of Medicine must meet the following qualifications to be eligible for a position in the graduate medical education program at Emory. 

Application Material List

If you are eligible based on the above requirements, please send ALL application documents to the Program Coordinator in one email. The only documents that can be accepted separately are the letters of recommendation (directly from writer, from their institutional email address) and any official transcripts you request. Otherwise, your application is flagged as incomplete.

Download the Application Material Checklist here.