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Question: Elective in USA


 nabitech - Sat Mar 01, 2008 9:25 am

Hi,
i am a third year medical student in England. I wish to do an elective any where withing the USA (preferably in Miami or New York) at any decent hospital.

Please can you give me some information about the hospitals that accept students for electives, or if there are any doctors in the foroum willing to accept me as a student intern.

Thanks.
Wahidun Nabi
 Dr. Safaa Mahmoud - Tue Nov 11, 2008 5:28 pm

User avatar Hello,
I think one way to reach your objective is to directly search on the web site of specific universities or hospitals by name (according to your preference). Many of the university hospitals already have a visiting medical student elective program. You can search their website for your preferred elective schedule and its eligibility.

You may find an application form or an email address or contact information for applying or asking specific information you may need.


Hope you find this useful.
Best regards.

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