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    states that require greenbook rotations

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    there was a thread on here recently that discussed greenbook rotations vs. non-green and it was broken down by different states and what they require. i tried to search for it but couldn't find it. anyone know what i'm talking about and have a link to it?

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    i think you want this.

    STEP 1 [X] STEP 2 [X] STEP 3[X] PGY - 1 [X] PGY-2 [*]

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    that's it, thanks

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    NY State Requirements?

    I know this thread is kinda old but I recently emailed NYS Board of Medicine about the green book deal....Here's my email followed by their response

    My Email

    I am writing to you to inquire about the hospitals I may rotate at during the clinical years of medical school. I have heard different things regarding core and elective rotations and which of these have to be completed at 'Green Book' hospitals, so I was wondering if you could possibly give me New York's policy on which rotations must be completed at Green Book hospitals during the clinical years of medical school. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you very much,


    The Response
    With regard to requirements that clinical clerkships be performed under the auspices of an ACGME (Green Book) accredited residency program in New York State we confirm this requirement.
    To date, this requirement has not been applied to out-of-state clerkships. We do not make any distinction between core or elective clerkships both must be done as described above.


    What does that even mean??? That all of the rotations (both core and elective) must be green book???


    Oops, i meant to post this under the other thread with all the other state requirements.

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    Sounds like what they're saying is that all clerkships (core AND elective) done in the state of New York must be greenbook but they don't care whether or not rotations done in other states are greenbook, bluebook, blackbook, redbook, or turquoisebook.

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    By the way...

    SAVE THAT E-MAIL.

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