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    states that follow CA list - updated 2008

    so the CA list grows, like an ugly monster. but for any newcomers to the forum, here are the states if you would like to know who follow the CA list.

    CA, because it's their list
    VT
    AK (that's alaska btw, added last year)
    AR (newly added)
    ND (added last year)
    TN
    NV (they might follow the list more as a guideline)
    NM (they allow reciprocity after being licensed, with a clean record, for 3 years in another state).

    i went to a CA unapproved school, and the list was about 4 states long when i started med school back in 2004. it's now 2008, with around 8 states that follow the list.

    there are other states that do not use the CA list, who are still IMG unfriendly typically, i.e.,

    TX
    CO
    ID
    OR
    others

    some states have their own lists, like OR and MI have lists of unapproved schools.

    some states will nail you if your rotations weren't all green book, or at least your core rotations weren't all greenbook (OR, OK, TX, PA, others).

    one reason i keep up with this forum is to stay informed about state licensure issues. it's important to know where you can/cannot practice one day.
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    After months of trying to get a PTAL and because of Ross negligence, I was given this response from the CAL medical board. I will pursue legal action for this ridiculousness since it has affected my career path towards the worse. Anyone who has had similar issues please contact me thebarbarian

    I was told this rotation was approved, ACGME etc...and was ASSURED that this would not be an issue.


    Several months ago, the Board requested additional information about the nature and location of clinical training provided at DeKalb Medical Center from Ross University.

    Ross University was not forthcoming with any response after repeated contact until this past week. Ross University provides Affiliation Agreements for facilities that their students are referred to for approved clinical training rotations. Multiple applicants have completed rotations at DeKalb Medical Center in Florida and Georgia. There are no affiliation agreements for the Florida facility and then the updated affiliation agreement of last year for the Georgia facility is covering OB/GYN rotations only.

    Through the Medical Board's legal counsel becoming heavily involved with Ross University over many issues, Ross has responded with a binder of information/documents to be reviewed.

    The affect on you has been that you completed 6 weeks of core clinical rotations in Pediatrics and 4 weeks of clinical rotations in Pain Management at DeKalb Medical Center. The Pain Management we have granted as a "free elective", however, at this time the Core rotations of Pediatrics is not approved. It is my hope that the submittal from Ross University will solve the problem at DeKalb Medical Center. I am hoping to hear this week, but I have been saying that for some time.

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    eventually the CA will be useless, as ECFMG will utilize their own requirements.
    The CA list was a good effort in the 80s and 90s...however, the more we review strict guidelines set by ECFMG and WFME, the less it is likely that the CA list trend will be utilized by any state...

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    A State licensing board which licenses 1/8th of all doctors practicing in the USA will become "useless" in the future? Not likely. States will continue to be the licensing agents in the US and retain their individual requirements for licensure when necessary.

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