Application Process

Dr. Murray speaking to a group

Applicants must be eligible for licensure in the State of Texas. If there are any questions regarding this in the application process, inquiries should be made directly to the Texas Medical Board. The Department participates in the National Resident Matching Program and the Electronic Residency Application System. Only applications submitted through the Electronic Residency Application System (ERAS) will be considered (Program name: University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio Joe and Teresa Lozano Long School of Medicine, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Program ID: 220-48-21-292). Candidates are selected on the basis of their application, transcript, letters of recommendation, and interviews.

The following items must be received through the ERAS system (accessible at your Dean’s office, or for international medical graduates through the ECFMG) by October 1st in order for your application process to be complete:

  • Application Form
  • Medical Student Performance Evaluation (“Dean’s Letter”)
  • Medical School Transcript
  • USMLE Transcript and Exam History
  • OB/GYN Department Chair’s Letter of Reference (we will accept SLOE in lieu of letter)
  • Two Other Reference Letter (we will accept SLOE in lieu of letter)
  • Personal Statement
  • Photograph
  • Valid ECFMG certification for international medical graduates

Applicants who are judged to be competitive after review of their credentials are invited for interview. Interviews are held at UT Health San Antonio where applicants will have a chance to meet residents, fellows, faculty, and other departmental staff and tour the facilities. For the 2022-2023 application season, all interviews will take place virtually on the following dates:

November 2, 2022

November 9, 2022

November 16, 2022

November 30, 2022

December 14, 2022

January 4, 2023

Dr. Mimi Rogers

“My favorite thing about our program is the people! The faculty, fellows, and residents are like a second family and are a great support system. They make work fun.”
-Dr. Mimi Rogers, Class of 2022