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    Redsoxsuck is offline Junior Member 514 points
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    I know AUA is not Cali approved. What does this exactly means? Does it mean that you cannot rotate in cali, if aua had any affiliations there, or does it mean you can't apply for a residency in california or does it mean that you cannot work there as a Physician after finishing your residency?

    My BCH professor, very well connected man, said there is always a way around it. Perhaps you can apply to work in cali after you have established residency in NY. I would be easier that way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redsoxsuck View Post
    I know AUA is not Cali approved. What does this exactly means? Does it mean that you cannot rotate in cali, if aua had any affiliations there, or does it mean you can't apply for a residency in california or does it mean that you cannot work there as a Physician after finishing your residency?

    My BCH professor, very well connected man, said there is always a way around it. Perhaps you can apply to work in cali after you have established residency in NY. I would be easier that way.
    Not having cali approval means we are not approved to do anything there. No rotations, no residency, no licensure, nothing...never (not even after residency and board certification). The rules are stupid, but they are pretty much set in stone. No work-arounds. The only way around the rules that I know of would be to work at a VA hospital or military base hospital or something like that. Fed license overrules the CA license. You wouldn't be able to work off-base though.

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    also keep in mind the states that follow ca's list. The only reason people say aua is ok, is that we're not DISapproved in cali, so technically you can fight the other states if you really want to practice in them.

    this is all from someone explaining the situation to me, please correct me if i'm wrong.
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