Each year, Mount Auburn Hospital selects two residents and asks them to commit to a three-year path of excellence in our PMSR/RRA program.
As an applicant to the Podiatric Medicine and Surgery Residency Program at Mount Auburn Hospital, you should be motivated and ethical. In addition, you must
- Hold a Doctor of Podiatric Medicine degree (DPM) or be in your last year of school at an American Association of Colleges in Podiatric Medicine (AACPM)-recognized institution
- Have a minimum grade-point average (GPA) of 3.0
- Pass APMLE (American Podiatric Medical Licensing Exam) parts I and II
- Be eligible for a limited podiatry license in the state of Massachusetts.
How to Apply
Apply through CASPR (Centralized Application Service for Podiatric Residencies). You’ll need to submit
- CASPR application, including transcripts and clinicals
- Supplemental Fees & Documents:
- $50 Fee (covers costs related to the interview selection process)
- Cover letter– Tell us about your professional goals and how residency training at Mount Auburn will help you achieve those goals.
- Curriculum vitae – Detail your education, work and volunteer experience, extracurricular activities, and other relevant experience.
- List of all clerkships
- Three letters of recommendation
- Letter from registrar or Dean stating class rank
- Please be sure that you follow all instructions and deadlines on the CASPR website.
Send supplemental fees and materials by the CASPR deadlines to:
Mount Auburn Hospital, 330 Mount Auburn St, Department of Surgery, Cambridge, MA 02138, ATTN: Nia Vital
Mount Auburn Hospital’s CASPR number is 0633.
Submit all materials by November 4.
Centralized Residency Interview Program (CRIP)
We participate in the Centralized Residency Interview Program (CRIP) in Texas every January. Log onto www.CASPRweb.org to learn whether or not you’ve been selected for an interview. If granted an interview, all scheduling is done through CASPR/CRIP on a first come, first served basis.
If selected, immediately contact the Mount Auburn Hospital Program Coordinator by phone/email to provide a current mailing address. A folder with additional preparation material is provided.
Your interview is divided into three parts: preparation should include an extensive review of your notes/ textbooks as well as an overview of any practical experience you have .
Familiarize yourself with some of the hospital’s key publications as provided in your interview packet.
Our interviews are carefully crafted and involve a three-step process
- Didactic session - Be prepared for a hands-on didactic interview experience with fast-paced rotating stations.
- Social session - residents are encouraged to network among and between other attendees an informal setting
- Formal callback session - those who make the cut will be invited back for further evaluation and consideration.
Our interviewers are well prepared, fair and challenging. Mount Auburn was recently voted the “Best Interview” nationally by students. You will be challenged both on an intellectual as well as a personal level.
Forms for Match Rankings are open to both students and residency programs in late January. Our diverse selection committee evaluates every interaction members have with students.
Match takes place in March when results are distributed to programs and students instantaneously via CASPRweb. At this point, the CASPR cycle is complete and Mount Auburn Hospital is prepared to welcome you into our family!
For more information, contact program director Dr. Emily Cook or our program coordinator Nia Vital at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-497-2420.