Frequently Asked Questions 

All applicants must apply through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) and register for the match through National Residency Matching Program (NRMP). The Rural Training Program has a unique NRMP Match Number - 3198120C1. Please make sure to look for this number when applying through ERAS and ranking in NRMP.

Yes. All residents are provided the same salary and benefits within their peer groups. 
See the salary and benefits page.

You will need to live within 30 minutes of Providence Centralia Hospital for your continuity deliveries.

Individualized teaching, single residency hospital, True PCMH, dedication to patient care, ability to direct your learning experiences, lots of elective time, small town family medicine. Check out the curriculum highlights.

Your continuity clinic will be in Chehalis at Chehalis Family Medicine. Your entire first year hospital experience will be at the St. Peter Family Medicine Residency at Providence St. Peter Hospital in Olympia, WA with a few rotations in the Centralia/Chehalis area.

The residency has been approved for three residents per class. 

There are four main faculty in Chehalis. You will have experiences with the core faculty at St. Peter Family Medicine all three years. You will also have experiences with adjunct faculty from other community specialty practices.

No, please view the minimum requirements page as well as the St. Peter Family Medicine FAQ pages (DOIMG).