Graduate Medical Edication applications are submitted through the Medical Operational Data System website. However, MODS will not be accessible from computers that are not on the military network through the application cycle. Therefore, applicants, Medical School Officials, and non-military Letter Writers will not be able to access MODS via personal or school computers. To learn how to apply to GME using the MODS Tutorial, please click here.
For applicants in medical school, in a deferred or re-deferred status, or in a civilian sponsored status, a fillable PDF application is available below. This fillable PDF application and a PDF CV may be submitted to the Physician Education Branch's organizational email from July 1 through August 31, 2019. Handwritten and late applications will not be accepted. These applications will then have to be transcribed line by line into MODS by the Physician Education program managers.
If applicants will have access to a computer on the military network between July 1 through August 31, 2019 (e.g., during an ADT), they are encouraged to submit their application and CV during this time through MODS. Medical School Officials and non-military Letter Writers may submit LORs, transcripts, licensing exam scores, and MSPEs via the Physician Education Branch's organizational email.
Statements Of understanding
For medical student applicants
For interns/resident applicants
For HPSP, FAP and deferred applicants
For RAM applicants
For active duty applicants
For Operational Flight Medicine Residency applicants
For applicants to Civilian Training Programs
HQ AFPC / DP2NP
550 C Street West,
Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, Texas 78150-4727
Toll Free: 833-876-5701
GME Program Managers (assisting customers by last name):