North Colorado Family Medicine is a great place to train if you want to be a Family Physician who is well-trained and capable of thriving in any environment. For more than 40 years, we have trained well-equipped physicians who practice across the country and around the globe. We have five distinct programs that share a common core curriculum and a common goal of training competent, compassionate family physicians.
The criteria to interview include:
Letters of invitation to interview will be sent out as applications are received and reviewed. Interviews will begin mid-October and continue through mid-January.
International Medical Graduates
IMG applicants must also apply through the ERAS residency application system. All medical graduates invited to interview must be eligible for licensure in Colorado during their second year of residency. For international medical graduates this requires:
IMG applicants will not be considered by North Colorado Family Medicine until satisfactory documentation of post graduate medical training has been received. It is the applicant's responsibility to provide this information.
How to Apply
North Colorado Family Medicine participates in the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) application process. Your dean's office at your school will have information on how to apply to our program through this system.
Only applications received through ERAS will be considered.
Positions for the first-year class are filled each year through the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP). We adhere strictly to NRMP rules.
There are separate match slots designated for each available program. If you are interested in any of these following program sites, you must apply separately to each number. You may apply to, interview for and rank for as many programs as you are interested in. If you are interested in applying for one of our Rural Programs, the Sunrise Program or the Hospitalist Program, you must first apply to the Core Program.
Direct Applicant Inquiries to:
North Colorado Family Medicine
Attn: Program Office
1600 23rd Ave.
Greeley, CO 80634
Fax: (970) 810-2820
Interviews are conducted from late October through January and are scheduled on Thursdays (both morning and evening interviews available on Thursdays) and Fridays starting at 8 a.m. for the Core Program.
Interviews for the Rural Training Track Program in Wray and Sterling are scheduled on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday on a separate day from your interview with the Core Program. When you are invited, plan on spending a workday with us.
Example Interview Day
Residents training in family medicine at North Colorado Medical Center in Greeley, Colorado, are employees of Banner Health. All Banner Health employees are required to undergo a pre-employment drug screen and a criminal background check. Residents work under the terms and conditions of an annual training agreement effective July 1 through June 30.
Residents are employees of Banner Health, and these are the benefits you can expect with some minor changes anticipated year-to-year.
Paid Time Off and Leave
Paid time off and leaves = 25 days
License and Registration Fees Paid
Professional Memberships Paid
CME and Technology