How to Apply
Current medical students and International Medical Graduates:
Applications and admission to our residency programs are administered through the Canadian Residency Matching Service (CaRMS). Please visit the CaRMS site for more information about how to apply and the interview process.
*IMPORTANT: Please click here for information about FM-ProC (Family Medicine Professional Choices). The FMProC-2022 is a mandatory test for the 2022 match. It is for CMG applicants only, and is not required for IMG and PHPM applicants.
Physicians not currently in a training program:
Spaces may be available through the CaRMS second round match. Available spaces will be listed on the CaRMS site in March.
If you are considering a transfer into Family Medicine, please contact email@example.com. There are limited opportunities to transfer to our program mid-stream, however please do contact us if you are interested in Family Medicine at Queen’s.
Please see the PGY3 Program pages
At the present time, CaRMS does not have a self-identification process for Indigenous applicants. The Queen's Department of Family Medicine is committed to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Calls to Action on Health. For this reason, we encourage Indigenous applicants to our residency program to self-identify as Indigenous using their personal letter in the application process. This information will be used to determine application stream, and to identify ways in which the residency program can connect Indigenous residents to Indigenous-specific resources and supports.
We also encourage Indigenous applicants offered interviews to self-identify when selecting interview dates. This information will be used to determine interview stream, and will also identify ways in which the residency program can connect Indigenous residents to Indigenous-specific resources and supports.