If you Google post-baccalaureate linkage you'll get a bunch of hits. Many of them allow you to avoid the lag/glide year.
Also, check the two links to postbac programs on the Post-bac FAQ. For the AAMC website, search career-changers and undergraduate--you'll get a huge list. There's more info for each of the schools on the website.
I'm pretty sure GWU, Brown, Dartmouth, Rochester, Cornell, UMDNJ-RWJ, Drexel, and Temple are a few of the med schools that you can get into directly after finishing a postbac program. At any rate, you career-changers have it better than those of us who've already completed the prereqs
I'm a little confused though...aren't you a psych PhD student? I'm just curious why you're going for the PhD first
Hi there! Yep, I'm a first-year PhD student. To answer your question, I was never pre-med in college, and I didn't even think about going into medicine until I got to grad school. Now I'm debating whether I should go for an MD when I'm done with my PhD or leave earlier than that.