We assist medical graduates and international physicians currently preparing to apply for US residency positions. We offer inpatient and outpatient observership and externships experiences in various specialties with preceptors located in major cities primarily on the east coast. We offer observerships and externships in a variety of teaching settings including private practices, community hospitals, teaching hospitals, long term acute care centers, and outpatient clinics.
How many residency programs does the average medical student apply to each year? A recent survey of more than 1,000 fourth-year students explored this question, and the results were very telling.
Newly published research in Academic Medicine captures the sheer volume of activities graduating students undertake as they seek to secure a residency slot. This study is unique in that it is “the first national, representative sample of fourth-year medical students from U.S. MD-granting medical schools.
Interested Individuals Should Read The Below Article
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- Characteristics Of Applicants Who Matched To their Preferred Specialty In The 2014 Main Residency Match
- Where Can One Practice The US Clinical Experience
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- 5 Effective Ways to Find Observerships for International Medical Graduates IMGs
- Useful Web Addresses Medical Education Programs
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