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Idaho WWAMI office

Mail address: 875 Perimeter Drive MS 4207
Location: 832 S. Ash Street, SHB Room 304
Moscow, ID 83844-4207
Phone: (208) 885-6696
Fax: (208) 885-7910
E-mail: wwami@uidaho.edu

Boise WWAMI office

Mary Barinaga, M.D.
Phone: (208) 364-4544
Fax: (208) 334-2344
Idaho WWAMI Medical Education Program
322 E. Front Street, Suite 442B
Boise, Idaho 83702
Email: barinm@u.washington.edu

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The Idaho Legislature currently reserves 35 seats in the University of Washington School of Medicine (UWSOM) for its residents. Five of the seats are for the TRUST program. Prospective medical students must apply for admission through the University of Washington School of Medicine first, designating Idaho as their state of residence. As part of the application review, applicants will be directed to submit their residency certification worksheet. The residency worksheet should NOT be submitted prior to contact from University of Washington. Once your application is reviewed you will receive instructions to certify your residency.

A physician examining a patient. Idaho students applying to both WWAMI and University of Utah School of Medicine need only one Idaho residency certificate. The University of Idaho will provide a copy of your residency certification to Idaho State University for verification for your University of Utah application.

Students only need to submit a worksheet to certify residency through one institution.

The Idaho Residency laws and the Medical Residency Form can be found at the University of Idaho's Registrar's website. 

OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR:   http://www.uidaho.edu/registrar/registration/residency                                          

Contact:    Chris Menter

University of Idaho

Office of the Registrar

875 Perimeter Drive, MS 4260

Moscow, ID  83844-4260

Questions? Please email cmenter@uidaho.edu or phone (208) 885-2029.

TRUST program

TRUST provides a continuous connection between underserved communities, medical education, and health professionals in Idaho. More