Application Info

Please review our Application Requirements on the right-hand section of this page. For more information on our application process please email our Residency Program Coordinator at



Application Season – January 1 through April 30,

Thank you for considering the Sea Mar Marysville Family Medicine Residency for your Family Medicine Sub-Internship. This is an inpatient rotation based at Providence Regional Medical Center Everett. We offer an intense 4-week sub-intern experience for exceptional candidates who are interested in a career in full spectrum family medicine dedicated to service of the underserved. Sub-interns will experience our inpatient family medicine and obstetrics services taught by family medicine faculty, have ample exposure to our Sea Mar residency program from the inpatient experience perspective, and participate in residency didactic education. We design our sub-internship rotation for you to be able to experience life as a Family Medicine resident at the Sea Mar Marysville Residency Program.

Applications for the coming academic year are welcome starting January 1 through April 30. Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis until slots are filled. Application and CV must be received no later than April 30. We aim to notify applicant of the committees decision within a month of receiving applications and no later than June 1.

Applying For A Sub-Internship:

In order to be considered for a sub-internship you must submit the following documents:

  1. Sea Mar Marysville Sub-I Application_2022-2023
  2. CV/Resume

Visiting sub-internship positions are available as four week rotations:

  • Spring: 3/28-4/22, 4/25-5/20, 5/23-6/17
  • Summer: 6/27-7/22, 7/25-8/19, 8/22-9/16
  • Autumn: 9/26-10/21, 10/24-11/18, 11/21-12/16
  • Winter: 1/2-1/27, 1/30-2/24, 2/27-3/24

Please submit all application materials to Jennifer Marroquin, Recruiter at with subject line of Family Medicine Sub-Internship Application.

Thank you and we look forward to receiving your application.


All applications need to include the following components:

  • ERAS application
  • Dean’s Letter
  • 3 Letters of Recommendation (at least one from a Family Medicine physician and two from physicians in any specialty)
  • Official transcript from the National Board of Medical Examiners demonstrating passing scores (minimum score 200) for USMLE Steps 1, 2CK, and 2CS; or an official transcript from the National Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners demonstrating passing scores for COMLEX Steps 1 and 2 (minimum score 420)
  • Personal statement showing an interest in practicing full-spectrum Family Medicine and a commitment to the underserved, as well as a description of any Family Medicine rotations

Please contact our Residency Program Coordinator at for more information on our application process. 

  • Graduated from medical school within the last three years. If you graduated during that time you must demonstrate hands-on clinical experience in the US health care system since graduation.
  • No more than one fail on USMLE minimum score 200/COMLEX minimum score 420
  • No more than one non-passing grade in medical school- if you failed a class you must have retaken the class and passed
  • Passed ALL clinical rotations without remediation
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills in English
  • International Medical Graduates (IMGs) please see the IMGs page for additional eligibility and application requirements.

Contact Us



Residency Program Coordinator