Sub-I Application Process
Interested students should submit the following application materials directly to the Program Manager:
- Dates of interest (see online calendar for availability)
- Curriculum Vitae
- Copy of Medical School Transcripts (Unofficial Okay)
- Personal Statement
Personal statement including:
- Description of your goals for an Advanced Family Medicine Rotation and how you believe these goals may be met by a rotation at our site.
- Description of your interest in working with underserved populations
- Description of your areas of special interest in Family Medicine.
Application documents will be reviewed by committee for approval. Approved student rotators should then apply through the UW Medical School Clinical Student Elective Program to confirm if they qualify for the experience. This course is offered through the University of Washington. The course number is FAMED 699.
Please be aware that when funding is available we offer funded sub-internships for students who are from underrepresented groups in medicine. For information please send an email to Nancy Coy. The AAMC definition of underrepresented in medicine is as follows: Underrepresented in medicine means those racial and ethnic populations that are underrepresented in the medical profession relative to their numbers in the general population.
Senior Program Coordinator
Swedish Family Medicine Residency Program
550 16th Ave #400
Seattle, WA 98122