Application Process

Application Process


All applicant must have completed a pediatric residency from an American Board of Pediatrics (ABP) approved training program or be ABP certified in pediatrics.


Applications may be submitted via ERAS® – The Electronic Residency Application Service.
When submitting your application through ERAS, please include the following:

  • ERAS common application form
  • Current CV
  • Personal statement
  • Three letters of recommendation (one letter must be from your residency training program)
  • Photograph
  • An official copy of your medical school transcript
  • An official copy of your medical school Dean's letter
  • An official copy of your United States Medical Licensing Examination scores USMLE transcript
  • ECFMG status report (for International Medical Graduates only)
  • Other documents supporting your Visa status

Tips Getting Started with ERAS

  • Get your MyERAS token and user guide through the ERAS web site
  • Register with MyERAS online
  • If you have questions regarding ERAS, please send your questions to or mail to:

National Resident Matching Program
2121 K Street NW, Suite 1000
Washington, DC 20037
Toll Free: (866) 653-NRMP
Local: (202) 400-2233

Application Deadline

Applications are accepted June through September each year. All materials must be received by October 1 to be considered complete.  Interviews will not be scheduled until all materials are received.


Following a review of the applications, applicants that are a good match for our program will be contacted to set up an interview. The Division of Pediatric Critical Care Medicine provides candidates with one night hotel accommodations as well as a lunch with our current fellows on the day of the interview.

On the interview day, applicants will meet with current fellows and faculty as well as tour Norton Children’s Hospital.

The Match

We participate in the National Residency Matching Program (NRMP) for all positions.  Please review the National Residency Matching Program web site for match registration policies and dates.

Contact Us

Katherine Elaine Potter, M.D., F.A.A.P., M.Ed.,
Associate Professor
Director, Pediatric Critical Care Fellowship Program