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    State of Florida ruling on St. Eust

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    wow

    .ok this is not the way it is
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    Perhaps you should be more skeptic of your file and review the article. The heading says "Notice of intent to deny." Further research will also provide you with several practicing M.D. s in the state of Florida. Aside from that, most of the info on the document is petty and old.

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    Quote Originally Posted by corpsman
    Perhaps you should be more skeptic of your file and review the article. The heading says "Notice of intent to deny." Further research will also provide you with several practicing M.D. s in the state of Florida. Aside from that, most of the info on the document is petty and old.
    Indeed you should be skeptical and call the state and verify St. Eust's status. The order is that you can't attend clinicals in the state. It is one year old...hardly ancient. What does St. Eust show you that counters the state order?
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    Not interested in doing clinicals in Fl., so its not anything I worry too much about.

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    AUA in FL and not USE-HOW?

    Howdoes a new school like AUA get to have students in Florida for the past two years and not USE? Can someone explain this to me please?

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    Quote Originally Posted by azskeptic
    Indeed you should be skeptical and call the state and verify St. Eust's status. The order is that you can't attend clinicals in the state. It is one year old...hardly ancient. What does St. Eust show you that counters the state order?
    [sarcasm] Should we take a look at AAIMG's site in the meantime?[/sarcasm]

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    Howdoes a new school like AUA get to have students in Florida for the past two years and not USE? Can someone explain this to me please?
    because they aren't doing clinicals in FL. they do their 5th semester at some clinical training center and aren't considered clinical students.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rrod
    because they aren't doing clinicals in FL. they do their 5th semester at some clinical training center and aren't considered clinical students.
    As of Aug 10, AUA added a clinical site at Larkin Hospital in Miami, FL. The updated list of clinical sites can be found at http://www.auamed.org/med/Academic_I..._sciences.html

    I was told that students do their 5th semester training in Miami, but are they not allowed to do any rotations at this hospital afterwards?

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    you can not do rotations in FL unless your school is approved for them. You have to mail in the application packet to the hospital who then forwards it to the medical board in florida. they look up your school and approve/diasapprove your rotation. it took 3 weeks for me to be approved and scheduled.if they are doing anything in larkin it may not be clinical rotations. maybe observership? i think someone said that is where they do H&P? a student should clear that up. AUA also listed several California hospitals a while back as affiliated so their track record of listing sites is not the best.
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