Obtaining clinical experience from the United States is a very important step for students who wish to pursue residency in the US. Additionally, it broadens the horizons of students/ physicians who merely seek to learn about a different healthcare system. Join our US Clinical Rotation Program today. Our partnered U.S. physicians and institutions create clinical experiences for international medical students and graduates. Physicians take trainees wherever they see patients, including their affiliated hospitals, medical schools, and clinics.
Rotations can be requested according to number of weeks, with a minimum of 2-weeks; programs of various rotations lasting for many months, with no maximum limit, are arranged according to the specific needs of each trainee. Rotations can include: 100% outpatient rotations, where the trainee is based in the doctor’s clinic; inpatient/outpatient mix, where the trainee has both experience at a clinic and an inpatient setting such as a hospital; and 100% inpatient rotations.
Where all of the time is spent at inpatient settings with patients admitted to a hospital or other facility. Each rotation has a typical schedule of days, hours, and settings that will be summarized and communicated as accurately as possible to you when you enroll. These clinical experiences are used to build qualifications for U.S. residency programs, job applications back home, and enrich medical knowledge.
Our clinical experiences are all over the United States
In New York, you can choose from rotations like:
Want experience with a wide variety of conditions and procedures such as heart surgery, cancers and gastroenterology procedures? Then this observership is for you. You’ll work with an assistant professor of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine Department of Surgery and affiliated with Montefiore Medical Center and NYC Health and Hospitals. Reserve your spot now before they fill up.
During this obstetrics and gynecology rotation, you’ll work with the former chief resident at Harvard Medical School who has helped pioneer many developments in the field. You’ll shadow the doctor every day, learning about evaluations, assessments and more. Apply now!
Work with a New York University-affiliated associate professor in this internal medicine rotation located in the heart of Brooklyn. You’ll learn about the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of adult diseases with a doctor who speaks English, Arabic and Spanish. Sign up today!
While learning about the diagnosis and treatment of complex neurological diseases in this neurology rotation, you’ll work with an instructor associated with the Mount Sinai Medical Center and an attending of Northwell Lenox Hill Hospital. Procedures include EEG, NURF and muscle responsivity testing. Register.
In Chicago, you can choose from rotations like:
During this cardiology rotation, you’ll work with a chief of clinical cardiology and a medical director of the heart failure program while learning about how to take complete medical histories and perform physical exams. Visitors will observe a number of diagnostic studies such as ECGs and stress tests. Sign up now!
Want experience with a wide variety of patients? Then this orthopedic surgery rotation, affiliated with Bethany Methodist Hospital of Chicago, South Shore Hospital and Presence Saints Mary and Elizabeth Hospital, is perfect for you. Letters of recommendation based on merit are available on clinic letterhead with the doctor’s affiliations and position mentioned. Reserve your spot now.
Students at this internal medicine hands-on rotation will attend weekly Grand Rounds at Rush University Medical Center—the same experience as medical students in the U.S. You will follow cases throughout the length of the patient stay. Public transportation is available, making it easy to get to and from work. Apply now!
During this unique hands-on pediatrics rotation, you’ll work with residents and attending physicians at Saint Anthony Hospital. You’ll take patient histories and physical write-ups, give presentations and attend lectures. Register now.