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    hope2bdoc39 is offline Junior Member 510 points
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    Is there a link that lists the states and sites of clinicals? I'm from MA and wanted to know if there were any here or which ones are the closest to where I live. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by hope2bdoc39 View Post
    Is there a link that lists the states and sites of clinicals? I'm from MA and wanted to know if there were any here or which ones are the closest to where I live. Thanks
    I think there are issues with practicing in MA from MUA. There was a thread by Jerseygirl...look for it.

    this list was posted by SPODAT.

    Broughton Hospital, NC
    Psychiatry

    CherryHospital, Goldsboro, NC
    Psychiatry only

    PeninsulaHospital, Far Rockaway,NY
    Surgery (DO)

    HinsdaleHospital, Hinsdale, IL
    Surgery

    MichaelReeseHospital, Chicago, IL
    OB/GYN, Internal Medicine

    Chabert Med. Ctr., Houma, LA
    All Cores (electives)*

    St.AnthonyHospital, Oklahoma City, OK
    Psychiatry, Internal Medicine, OB/GYN, Surgery

    St.AnthonyHospital, Chicago, IL
    OB/GYN, Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, Surgery

    HarborHospital, Baltimore, MD
    Internal Medicine

    St. Vincent’s Hospital, Bridgeport, CT
    Internal Medicine

    GriffinHospital, Waterbury, CT
    Internal Medicine

    WyckoffHeights, Brooklyn, NY
    Surgery, Internal Medicine, Peds. OB/GYN
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    davidMD, are these all greenbook?

    hope2bdoc, if you go to mua website www.mua.edu and download their catalouge, (should be a pdf), and scroll around you will find a list of hospital affiliations. it suprises me that so many students are unaware of this catalouge.
    Last edited by JerseyGirlDoc; 04-01-2009 at 11:09 AM. Reason: spelling

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    What is the current clinical situation at MUA. I read that MUA/SABA/SMU are working together to get sites. Any word on more NY or FL sites? I see more schools heading to the midwest. Does MUA have any waitlists in clinicals, are all sites green?

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    Quote Originally Posted by epidural View Post
    What is the current clinical situation at MUA. I read that MUA/SABA/SMU are working together to get sites. Any word on more NY or FL sites? I see more schools heading to the midwest. Does MUA have any waitlists in clinicals, are all sites green?
    This is the officail list that was given to us Med5 students in the middle of the semester. As far as I know. All hospital all green book BUT NOT EVERY SEAT/ROTATION...as well, due to reasons that have nothing to do with MUA and simply to do with the economy, Wyckoff Heights our main hospital where almost all of the students that wanna do rotations in NY is closing two of its hospitals that are affiliated with it...what that means for us is that Surgery and i forget the other rotation will no longer be avaible to students...this means that all those students that are in those hospitals (american or carab. students) will be moved into the rest of the hospitals...Which means a longer waiting time unforunatly... HOWEVER for those ppl in states where DO rotations are accepted...they can still do surgery in NY...But many states do not want that so u will have to check. And DEF for us canadains that wanna return DO is not an option.
    As well Although Harbor Hospital(apparently John Hopkins students do rotations here as well) is an Amazing place to go...from what i have heard one 1 seat is avaible for MUA students..
    hope that helps...
    1. LJ Chabert, Houma, LA (IM, OB, Peds, Surgery)
    2. Jackson Park, Chicago, IL (all cores)
    3. St. Anthony, Oklahoma City, OK (all cores)
    4. DeKalb Med. Ctr.. Atlanta, GA (peds)
    5. Southern Regional, Atlanta, GA (OB)
    6. Cherry Hospital, Goldsboro, NC (psych)
    7. Sheppard Pratt, Baltimore, MD (psych)
    8. Harbor Hospital, Baltimore, MD (IM 210 or better on step 1)
    9. Wyckoff Heights, Brooklyn, NY (IM, OB, Peds, surgery)
    10. Peninsula Hospital, Far Rockaway, NY (Surgery, IM?)

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    Catalogue

    jerseygirldoc,

    I do know about the catalogue, but I wanted to know firsthand from some of the students that have done clinicals since alot of the sites may not be listed. Most schools will only print a partial list. Thanks, though

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    The list posted by iMED and the list on MUA webiste are not the same anyway. Like the early poster said, they keep changing.
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    Wyckoff

    [QUOTE=iMED;1068601]This is the officail list that was given to us Med5 students in the middle of the semester. As far as I know. All hospital all green book BUT NOT EVERY SEAT/ROTATION...as well, due to reasons that have nothing to do with MUA and simply to do with the economy, Wyckoff Heights our main hospital where almost all of the students that wanna do rotations in NY is closing two of its hospitals that are affiliated with it...what that means for us is that Surgery and i forget the other rotation will no longer be avaible to students...this means that all those students that are in those hospitals (american or carab. students) will be moved into the rest of the hospitals...Which means a longer waiting time unforunatly... HOWEVER for those ppl in states where DO rotations are accepted...they can still do surgery in NY...But many states do not want that so u will have to check. And DEF for us canadains that wanna return DO is not an option.
    As well Although Harbor Hospital(apparently John Hopkins students do rotations here as well) is an Amazing place to go...from what i have heard one 1 seat is avaible for MUA students..QUOTE]


    The two hospitals afflitated with Wyckoff have already closed. Surgery and OBGYN are no longer greenbook here, but students are still able to all the rotations in this hopsital.

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    are the OKlahoma, Houma and Atlanta sites all greenbook rotations?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mike james View Post
    are the OKlahoma, Houma and Atlanta sites all greenbook rotations?
    OKC and Houma are green by umbrella. Not sure about ATL but prob the same.
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