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How To Apply to Kent's GME Program

Applying to Emergency, Family, or Internal Medicine Program at Kent Hospital

The Kent Hospital Residency Programs participate in the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP). Applications are accepted from graduates of approved medical schools through the Electronic Residency Application System (ERAS).

Contact Information

Graduate Medical Education
Kent Hospital
455 Toll Gate Road
Warwick, RI 02886
P: (401) 737-7010, ext. 35640
E: rgaumitz@kentri.org

Application Details

Application Requirements and Deadlines

You may submit your application materials to us anytime after the ERAS post office opens September 1 (ACGME). As we receive many applications, we urge you to apply as early as you are able to in the season. Invitations are sent on a rolling basis.

We require the following items to be included in your application materials:

  • COMLEX or USLME scores (Step 1 and 2, when available)
  • Dean's letter and transcript
  • Personal statement
  • At least 3 letters of recommendation from faculty members you have worked with (1 from the specific discipline in which you are applying)

International Graduate Applications:

We cannot guarantee the review of international graduate applications unless the following criteria have been met:

  • USMLE Step 1 & 2 scores >225
  • U.S. Clinical Experience with references
  • Medical school graduation date less than 3 years prior to submission of application
  • Applicant J1 visa accepted
Interview Process

Interviews are by invitation only and we will do our best to schedule your interview at a time that is convenient for you. Generally, interview season runs from September to February.

An informal dinner with select residents will be offered the evening prior to your interview. It is recommended that you attend the dinner if your travel plans permit. The purpose is to introduce the applicant to the hospital/residency and vice versa.

The interview process takes approximately six hours and includes interviews with faculty, residents, and a hospital tour.

If you would like to schedule a time to shadow any of our programs, please contact the residency coordinator.

Medical Student Application

If you are interested in completing a rotation at Kent Hospital, please complete the medical student rotation request form. Audition rotations for our residency programs are granted from July – January. We offer core rotations (UNECOM) and core rotations for third year medical students (Brown).

Medical Student Request Form

Residency Coordinators

Becky Gaumitz

Manager, Graduate Medical Education
(401) 737-7010 ext. 35640

  • Medical Student Coordinator
  • Internal Medicine Residency Program Coordinator/Brown University
Paula Goncalves

(401) 737-7010 ext. 35581

  • Internal Medicine Residency Program Coordinator/Brown University
Crystal Nadeau

(401) 737-7010 ext. 35682

  • Family Medicine Residency Program Coordinator/Brown University Warwick Campus
Lynn Pereira

(401) 737-7010 ext. 35664

  • Emergency Medicine Residency Coordinator
Sharon Amato

(401) 737-7010 ext. 31580

  • GI Fellowship & Podiatry Residency Programs
Judy Walker

(401) 729-2961

  • Family Medicine Residency Education Coordinator/Brown University Pawtucket Campus
Stacie Demaris

(401) 729-2244

  • Family Medicine Residency Assistant Education Coordinator/Brown University Pawtucket Campus
Katelyn Calli

(401) 737-7010 est. 31294

  • Pharmacy Residency Program Director
  • Clinical Coordinator Pharmacy Services