1. If you are a graduate of an international medical school (except Canada), you are required to be certified by the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG). Please provide a copy of your ECFMG certificate.
2. If not a U.S. citizen, what type of visa will you hold while you are here?
3. Do you hold permanent immigrant status in the United States?
If yes, please attach a copy of green card or approval letter.
4. Are you currently in the United States on a Temporary Visa (i.e. J-1, H-1, F-1)?
If yes, attach a copy of your current DS-2019 (if applicable).
Three letters of recommendation mailed directly to Administrative Coordinator: one from the Chief of your present service and two others most familiar with your medical career and qualifications.
Medical School Transcript. A translation must be provided if in a language other than English.
Copies of United States Medical Licensing Exam (USMLE) scores or Medical Council of Canada (MCC) scores.
ECFMG Certificate if you are a graduate of medical school outside of the United States or Canada.
Mail applications to:
870 Quarry Road,
Stanford, CA 94305 LICENSURE: California law requires that all fellows hold a state license or exemption from licensure for graduates of foreign medical schools outside Canada or U.S. Territories. Those who do not have such a license must take and pass the next examination following commencement of service, or obtain licensure by reciprocity with National boards or another state. California’s minimum requirements are: Each applicant for licensure shall document completion of “an allopathic medical curriculum in a medical school or schools which extend over a period of at least four (4) academic years totaling at least thirty-six (36) months of clinical rotations, including all core clinical rotations.” For further information write: Licensing Division, California Board of Medical Quality Assurance, 1430 Howe Ave. Sacramento, CA 95825.