search for
DOCTOR PROCEDURE PAY BILL LOCATION CONTACT

Internships and residencies

The osteopathic teaching program at Capital Region has provided excellence in training and preparation of doctors for over 50 years. In 1952, Charles E. Still Osteopathic Hospital (Capital Region is the product of a merger between Still Hospital and Memorial Community Hospital), began its teaching program welcoming medical students and interns to continue on their path to becoming physicians. Today CRMC offers a family practice residency, and in 2012 it began the only integrative medicine residency in Missouri.

Medical students

Located in the heart of Missouri, Capital Region welcomes medical students from Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine and University of Health Sciences, Kansas City, Missouri, to complete their clinical rotations during their third and fourth years of medical school.

Rotations in internal medicine, surgery, emergency medicine, critical care and family practice are just a few of the requirements of their medical school training, which can be completed here at Capital Region.

Interns

After graduation from medical school, their first year of post-graduate training is an internship. Capital Region has trained interns since 1952. They must complete one year of rotation requirements established by the American Osteopathic Association.

Residency

In 1988 Capital Region accepted its first family practice resident. Since then the program has offered one-on-one guidance and the opportunity to become fully integrated into the culture at Capital Region. The family practice residency is unopposed, giving residents a great deal of hands-on experience and no need to wait in line to perform procedures.

The mission of our program is to train capable, compassionate family physicians in an environment of mutual respect based in real-world experiences. We reinforce values of ethical practice, community orientation, personal/professional balance and lifelong learning.

We invite you come train with us at Capital Region's Family Medicine Residency Program. Please check out our site and learn why we've earned this strong reputation.

How to apply

If you are interested in applying for a family medicine residency position, please use the electronic residency application service (ERAS). Our program does not have a supplemental application.

Supporting documents are required and should be directed to ERAS:

  • Personal statement.
  • Three letters of recommendation from persons familiar with your clinical performance. At least one of these must be a family physician.
  • Transcript and dean's letter of reference.
  • USMLE or COMLEX scores.
  • Recent photograph.

Personalized interview day

When you call to arrange an interview, you will be asked about your needs and interests. A personalized interview day will be created for you. You can expect interviews with faculty and residents and a tour of some of our hospital. Lodging will be provided and can be arranged when you call to set up the interview.

If you are interested in applying to Capital Region, please list the following program numbers on your application:

  • Family medicine residency: 126829
  • Traditional rotating internship: 125395

In this section

Related resources

Contact us

For more information, please contact Debbie Rehagen at 573.632.5013.

Site map

About us

Patients and visitors

Services

Health resources

Employment

Foundation

Contact us

Contact us

The following errors were encountered:

    Email was not sent.

    For questions regarding your personal health care, please contact your provider or visit the patient portal.

    Patient portal

    Login

    Find a physician

    Online bill pay

    Login
    Top