• Enrollment: For initial clinical schedules and new or additional clinical blocks or services
• Career Development: For enrollment processing, document collection, document revision, career counseling, and medical branding
• Medical Development: For specific questions regarding clinical blocks, clinical site requirements, and changes in your schedule
Your attending will guide you through the culture of U.S. healthcare, helping you navigate the black-and-white rules as well as subtleties that every U.S. medical graduate learns during medical school.
Generally speaking, all rotations listed above should be completed before electives are taken. In some instances, however, electives may be taken before all core rotations are completed, but only with the permission of the Dean of Clinical Studies and only if the related parent core rotation has already been completed successfully.