Rural Applications & Interviews
Thank you for your interest in the Rural Family Medicine Residency Program!
The UofC Family Medicine Residency Program only accepts applications through the Canadian Residents Matching Service (CaRMS)
Please visit the CaRMS Website for detailed information regarding the application process, required documents and timelines.
First Iteration Interviews are held on two weekends during the national interview period (specific dates will be made available on the CaRMS website for each application cycle).
Interviews are conducted by a Family Physician and a current Resident, taking approximately 30 minutes. A complete review of your file will be done prior to your interview by a separate individual. During the interview the team will have a copy of your application summary, personal letter, and a summary of items identified by the file reviewer for follow up. For more information on the UofC FM Resident Selection Process please click on the link.
On the day of your interview there is an opportunity for applicants to mingle with current residents and staff. Spouses and partners are welcome to attend the information session. Food and drinks are provided.
Interviews are held at the Sheldon M Chumir Health Centre, 3rd Floor 1213, 4th Street SW Calgary.
Parking information and maps can be found on the Alberta Health Services website
Traveling from the airport can take approximately 30-45 minutes. The Calgary international Airport website provides information on transportation options including public buses and taxis.
If you are currently enrolled in a Residency Program and are interested in transferring to the University of Rural Family Medicine Residency Program, please visit the PGME website for detailed information on the transfer process.