Applying to the Obstetrics Gynecology Residency Application Process More Information Salary & Benefits Appointment Requirements The UMMS-Baystate Ob/Gyn Residency Program participates in the ERAS Program for the residency application process. For information about applying to our Ob-Gyn residency, visit the ERAS website. The deadline for the receipt of the ERAS application is December 31. Applications received by fax, mail or e-mail will not be accepted. Qualified applicants are identified based on academic performance, passing USMLE/COMLEX I & II scores, and letters of recommendation. Application Requirements Completed Common ERAS Application Form USMLE or COMLEX Step I and II Scores Curriculum Vitae Dean's Letter Transcript Personal Statement Three (3) Letters of Recommendation (it is strongly recommended that one be from a clerkship or Sub-I director). Photo All residency candidates must fulfill Baystate Resident Appointment Requirements Baystate Medical Center accepts only J1 Clinical Visas, and we require one full year of hands-on clinical experience in the U.S. for international applicants. Interviews We review ERAS applications daily. If your application is accepted, you’ll receive an interview invitation via Interview Broker. Interviews begin in mid-November and continue through the end of January. You will be interviewed by a combination of Program Director/Associate Program Director, faculty members, current residents, midwives, and nursing leaders. The day consists of 6 interviews with a mix of behavioral interviewing and more casual Q&A formats. Your interview day will include lunch with current residents and a tour of hospital facilities. The evening before your interview, you’ll be invited to join some of our residents for a dinner hosted by one of our current residents at their home. This will give you the opportunity to learn about our residency program and life in western Mass in a relaxed, informal setting.