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    Maryland General Hospital

    Maryland General Hospital is for electives.
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    Yes, I'd be interested in finding out if we are able to do accred. Peds rotation here............anyone have any information?

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    Radiology...ACGME accredited?

    Just wondering if the radiology elective at MGH is ACGME accredited? Couldn't find it on ACGME's website, wondering if anyone knew...thanks.

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    Peds Core

    Hi,

    Could someone please clarify the status of the Pediatric Core at MGH? According to the ACGME website they have a residency in internal medicine , however, I'm wondering if the peds core is technically 'green book' because of any affiliations with other teaching programs?

    I would really appreciate clarification or input.

    Thanks!

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    Would this hospital meet being a greenbook ACGME site for 4th year electives since it has a Ophthalmology and Internal Medicine ACGME residency?

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    Hi, does anybody here know what types of electives are offered at Maryland General Hospital and specifically how long the wailist is? thanks,

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    Maryland General Hospital for PEDS core

    Recently did Peds core rotation there and I was wondering if it is a greenbook or if I might have problems with licensure in the future if its not. They have IM and Opthalmology residencies there and Univ of Maryland sends FP residents through the Peds department there for rotations, but there are no PEDS residents. What do you all think? Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by pierrefonteau99 View Post
    Recently did Peds core rotation there and I was wondering if it is a greenbook or if I might have problems with licensure in the future if its not. They have IM and Opthalmology residencies there and Univ of Maryland sends FP residents through the Peds department there for rotations, but there are no PEDS residents. What do you all think? Thanks
    If the hospital is affliated with U of Md for FM, then you should be ok for all but the pickiest states- but i would check with the state board(s) that you are interested in.
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    I'm not exactly sure about this, but I'm pretty sure: I heard that a rotation is accredited if the program (or university) it is affiliated has residents in that particular field...now, that does not necessarily mean that those particular residents are actually physically in the building YOU are in...meaning, if Hospital X is affiliated with University X, and you were doing a Peds rotation at Hospital X, and University X has a Peds residency, the mere fact that they even have that residency means it is accredited due simply to the affiliation Hospital X has with University X. The reason I believe this is true anyway is because some other random state which is picky about these things will never know if those residents set foot in the affiliate hospital...since a lot of residents in such situations actually DO cover stuff in affiliated hospitals, they usually assume that is the case with all the hospitals. Good luck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cuando2 View Post
    I'm not exactly sure about this, but I'm pretty sure: I heard that a rotation is accredited if the program (or university) it is affiliated has residents in that particular field...now, that does not necessarily mean that those particular residents are actually physically in the building YOU are in...meaning, if Hospital X is affiliated with University X, and you were doing a Peds rotation at Hospital X, and University X has a Peds residency, the mere fact that they even have that residency means it is accredited due simply to the affiliation Hospital X has with University X. The reason I believe this is true anyway is because some other random state which is picky about these things will never know if those residents set foot in the affiliate hospital...since a lot of residents in such situations actually DO cover stuff in affiliated hospitals, they usually assume that is the case with all the hospitals. Good luck.
    but he said there weren't any peds residents there.

    plus they will know because freida has it listed which affliated hospitals the residents run through and how many months they spend at that hospital
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    Spoke with the student coordinator at MGH today about electives and was told that as of May 1, 2007 it is no longer possible for Ross students to complete electives there.

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