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    Which of the Big 4 Caribbean Schools has the most hospital affiliations

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    I heard that Ross was tough getting the clinical rotations in. Just wondering if SGU or another one of the four is any better.

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    I haven't rotated with Saba students in a while, but SGU and AUC students have much lower wait times than Ross.


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    there is no big four so what ever four your thinking of may not be who others are thinking of. having said that, best to check thir web sites.


    further, number of sites means nothing without understanding if they are accomodating those coming into rotations (ie the number needing spots).
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    number of affiliations also depends on number of students. schools that admin 200 students each and every term need more hospitals to fill them
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    Quote Originally Posted by AUCMD2006 View Post
    number of affiliations also depends on number of students. schools that admin 200 students each and every term need more hospitals to fill them


    ^ what i was tryin gto say.
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    Just to let you know if you haven't already heard, but SGU signed a $100 million dollar contract for NYC hospital rotations! By the terms of the agreement, the only IMG/FMG students permitted to complete rotations in NYC HHC hospitals (New York City Health & Hospitals Corporation) will be from SGU. In addition SGU has a number of rotation sites outside of NY as can be seen on their website.
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    All of SGU's clinical spots are greenbook. There is no wait time to complete cores and electives for SGU students.

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