We can confirm that our residency program will convert from the current 4 year structure to a 3 year program effective July 1, 2022. We are currently being inundated with new applications and program interests. However, we are still in the process of finalizing many details including the size of the incoming class as well as the overall residency program complement number. Therefore, we are not yet able to consider any request for transfers or review any new applications. Once we have all the details finalized, we will post further information on our website. For those of you who have already submitted documents and interest letters, we will keep them for future review and consideration.
Also, those of you who entered and completed the NRMP match process should carefully review the NRMP’s Match Participation Agreement (MPA) in order to avoid violating the agreement. It will be your individual responsibility to review your own personal situation and how this match agreement may or may not apply to you.
Thank you for your patience, and please check our website for regular updates and information.
Located in sunny Southern California, our program resides within the County of San Bernardino, which is less than an hour drive away from the City of Los Angeles. ARMC is a San Bernardino County operated, 456-bed university-affiliated teaching facility. It supports a level II designated trauma receiving center, a regional burn center serving multiple counties, a comprehensive stroke center, a behavioral health center on campus, and provides more than 40 outpatient specialty care services. Our Emergency Department is a regional referral center with an annual patient census of over 100,000, and over 3000 major traumas that meet criteria for alerts and activations. As of Jan 9, 2020, ARMC EM residency program was granted ACGME continued accreditation status. For more information, please watch our orientation video and explore the links from our menu.