Students

ARMC currently interviews 150 applicants per year for 8 spots. Successful applicants demonstrate a strong work ethic, an ability to work well with others, a love for procedures, and can ultimately show potential for being able to “run their own Pod.”

Applications are done through ERAS. Supporting documents through ERAS include Dean’s Letter, Transcripts, 3 letters of recommendation with at least 2 SLOEs, Personal Statement, and Board scores. Interview season is from October through January.

When requesting a Standard Letter of Evaluation (SLOE)

  1. Please be specific on which format you desire- SLOE or SLOR (written letter)
  2. Each student can only request 1 SLOE/SLOR from our department. A group SLOE will be written based on your overall performance during your rotation.
  3. When submitting your paperwork, please include a signed cover letter waiving your right to see. If the SLOE is being requested, please include the evaluation form with your information completed in the top portion
  4. Please be sure to include mailing/e-mailing/uploading information
  5. All requests are processed through our administrative office for tracking and mailing purposes; please contact the Student Coordinator for the status of your SLOE/SLOR and also cc the Student Coordinator in all e-mail requests. Paper requests can also be delivered to the Student Coordinator, MOB, Ste. 107. Our administrative staff ensures all requests are processed in a timely manner.
  6. Turnaround time for all requests will be around 2 weeks

We are constantly looking to improve with each incoming class. We look forward to meeting you and hope that you’ll be part of that process.

Want more info on our program? Click here to see our FAQ. Please contact our Chief Residents or Assistant PD with any further questions regarding our program.

Michael Flores, D.O., Academic Chief
mfloresDO@gmail.com

Amber Fryer D.O., Administrative Chief
afryerip@gmail.com

Derek MacLean D.O., Student Education Chief
macleadj@gmail.com

How to schedule a rotation or observation shift

Click here to visit the ARMC website to see if we have an affiliation agreement with your school

 

Orientation

 

  1. Please read the Student Handbook before starting your rotation
  2. Watch the Orientation Video Below
  3. Then take the EM Student Orientation Quiz

Professional Society Memberships:
American Osteopathic Association
American College of Osteopathic Emergency Medicine
American College of Emergency Physicians
Emergency Medicine Residents’ Association

Emergency Medicine Resources:
EMedHome
EM Basic
EMCrit by Scott Weingart
Life in the Fast Lane
EMRAP
ERcast by Rob Orman
Academic Life in Emergency Medicine
The Poison Review
ICU Rounds by Jeffrey Guy
Ultrasound Podcast by Mike Mallin & Mike Dawson
Resuscitation Podcast by Cliff Reid
EM Lycecum
Sonoguide
UCI Ultrasound Podcast
Ultrasound Podcast
ACEP Ultrasound
American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine
Phone App: WikiEM