Residency Program

Mission and Current Residents

Meadville Medical Center’s residency program has long been viewed as a supportive and diverse place to learn and grow. Residents are taught to deliver evidence-based, cost-effective healthcare, while developing strong ties to their communities. Self-study and independent learning are supported and encouraged, with a full lecture schedule each week and guided learning experiences assigned monthly. The Meadville community offers the unique ability to work in a rural, independent hospital with access to a full roster of specialists who have a strong passion for education.

Meadville Medical Center’s 2023-2024 postgraduate physicians are listed in this pdf document.

Residency Application Process

Application deadline via ERAS is December 31, 2023.

  • We participate in ERAS and NRMP.
  • We do not require a graduation cut-off date, but we do expect applicants to demonstrate continuous improvement of medical knowledge.
  • We would like to see three (3) recommendation letters.
  • Recommend at least one letter be from a family medicine physician.
  • A letter is not required from a family medicine rotation.
  • A clinical rotation in the U.S. is not required.
  • Interviewed applicants must pass USMLE Step 2 CK/CS or COMLEX Level 2 to be ranked.
  • ECFMG certification is required for International Medical Graduates.

Unfortunately, we do NOT sponsor any type of visa (including EAD status), nor do we participate in the ECFMG J-1 sponsorship program.

Resident Stipends and Benefits

Post Graduate Year 1

  • Salary: $56,000
  • Reimbursement for USMLE Step 3/COMLEX Level 3 exam fee (one time whether taken in 1st or 2nd year)
  • One-time moving allowance of $1,000
  • Personalized white coats

Post Graduate Year 2

  • Salary: $57,500
  • Reimbursement for USMLE Step 3/COMLEX Level 3 exam fee (one time whether taken in 1st or 2nd year)

Post Graduate Year 3

  • Salary: $58,500
  • 5 site visit days
  • Chief resident stipend of $300 per pay period

Yearly Benefits for All PGY Years

  • Free onsite exercise facility
  • Quarterly half-day resident wellness group activities
  • Health, dental, vision, liability, life and disability insurance
  • Free meals in the cafeteria while on duty
  • CME $1,200
  • Cultural/Wellness allowance of $150
  • 13 vacation days, 3 personal days, and 5 sick days

Family Medicine Residency Rotation Schedule

PGY I

  • Critical Care/ICU:  4 weeks
  • Dermatology:  4 weeks
  • Elective:  4 weeks
  • Family Medicine:  16 weeks
  • General Surgery:  4 weeks
  • Gynecology:  4 weeks
  • Night Float:  4 weeks
  • Pediatrics:  4 weeks
  • Sports Medicine:  4 weeks
  • Clinic:  Half day per week

PGY II

  • ENT:  2 weeks
  • Electives:  8 weeks
  • Emergency Medicine:  4 weeks
  • Family Medicine:  4  weeks
  • Gastroenterology:  2 weeks
  • General Surgery/Wound Care: 4 weeks
  • Hematology/Oncology:  2 weeks
  • Night Float:  4 weeks
  • Obstetrics:  4 weeks
  • Pediatrics:  8 weeks
  • Population Health:  2 weeks
  • Pulmonology:  2 weeks
  • Practice Management:  2 weeks
  • Clinic:  One and a half days per week

PGY III

  • Behavioral Health:  2 weeks
  • Cardiology:  4 weeks
  • Community Medicine:  2 weeks
  • Electives:  12 weeks
  • Emergency Medicine:  4 weeks
  • Family Medicine:  4 weeks
  • Geriatric Medicine:  4 weeks
  • Obstetrics:  4 weeks
  • Orthopedics:  4 weeks
  • Pediatrics:  4 weeks
  • Urgent Care:  4 weeks
  • Clinic:  Two days per week

Elective Rotations

Options can be additional training in any of the required blocks or the following:

  • Anesthesia
  • Endocrinology
  • Family Medicine, Outpatient
  • Infectious Disease
  • Nephrology
  • Neurology
  • Pain Management
  • Palliative Care
  • Pathology
  • Radiology
  • Research
  • Wound Care

Contact MMC's Residency Program

Kris Cosker, Residency Coordinator

Phone: 814-333-5461