AnMed Family Medicine Residency would like to invite applications from a diverse group of people who are passionate about becoming excellent family physicians at a program that is both rigorous and supportive.

You’ll need to meet the following criteria to be eligible for the AnMed Family Medicine Residency Program:

  • Must have graduated from an accredited medical school.
  • Successfully passed USMLE Step 1 and Step 2 (CS/CK) on first attempt with score greater than 220 for international medical graduates.
  • U.S. allopathic students must pass USMLE Step 1 and 2 on first attempt.
  • Osteopathic students can substitute USMLE by passing COMLEX 1 and 2 on first attempt.
  • Must have documented clinical training in the U.S.
  • Applicants will not be interviewed if it has been more than 24 months since graduation from medical school or active clinical practice. 
  • No visas sponsored.
  • ERAS applications only.
  • Three letters of reference required.
  • Limited interviews available.


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You must use ERAS, the centralized online application service, to apply for medical residencies at AnMed. ERAS allows you to complete your application and deliver your application, along with supporting documents, to our residency program.


Rising 4th-year medical students are invited to apply to our four-week Family Medicine Externship to experience working alongside our wonderful residents for themselves.  

VSLO program

The AAMC Visiting Student Learning Opportunities™ (VSLO®) program allows medical and public health students to engage in short-term learning experiences outside of their Home institutions. These opportunities encompass observerships, summer research programs, clinical rotations, away electives, and visiting opportunities. The acting internship rotation is from August through December. View a sample schedule [PDF]. Students enrolled in LCME or COCA-accredited U.S. medical schools can submit their application through the Visiting Student Application Service beginning each year on April 1. Application requirements will be available for students to review in VSAS by March 1.

Visiting Anderson

Visiting Anderson is the best way to truly appreciate the clinical strength and collegial atmosphere in the AnMed Family Medicine Residency Program. However, in order to protect the health and well-being of our applicants, current residents, community, patients and staff during the COVID-19 pandemic, we've had to make some adjustments to our typical interview process. Based upon feedback from our applicants during the previous virtual interview season of 2020-2021, we're planning to offer two options for interviews during the coming recruiting season:

  1. Interview in person - For applicants who are fully vaccinated for COVID-19, we are planning to use an in-person interview format for those who are able to conveniently travel to spend time with us. We will provide overnight accommodations and meals during the time you spend in our community during the interview to help minimize your direct cost.
  2. Interview Virtually - For applicants who are not vaccinated for COVID-19, or would find the expense to travel to our community excessive, we will offer virtual interview days spread throughout the recruiting calendar. These will be clearly marked as "Virtual Day" and will be conducted on the Zoom platform, with a time for meeting residents the night before the interview day.

All interviews are self-scheduled in ERAS.

AnMed Family Medicine Residency Program
AnMed Oglesby Center C
Parking Lot C (Blue)
2000 East Greenville Street, Suite 3600 
Anderson, SC 29621

The strong inpatient education I received balanced with the tremendous outpatient training made me very comfortable in this setting and I was able to thrive in practice. It is something I often looked back upon and always felt confident in my medical knowledge and training.

Jeff Cashman, 2013