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    Clinicals in Chicago

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    I saw on the Ross website that rotations are available at Jackson Park and St Anthony's Hospitals in Chicago. Does anyone know which rotations can be done there and what current students thought about those two locations.

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    Re: Clinicals in Chicago

    You can do ALL of your CORE and ELECTIVE rotations at Jackson Park. I have heard really good things from some students I know personally who went there and rumors on this forum from some student who complained that I don't know personally.

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    I saw on the Ross website that rotations are available at Jackson Park and St Anthony's Hospitals in Chicago. Does anyone know which rotations can be done there and what current students thought about those two locations.

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    MitchDC/MD
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    that sounds good

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    There are approx 8 hospitals in Chicago you can rotate through. You always have Jackson Park as the "hub" if you can't find better rotations in other hospitals. Some are harder to get than others. Cook County has several great rotations, but you need to sign up ASAP....those fill up months in advance. St. Anthony for OB was awesome...you can deliver up to 10 by yourself if you are strong at the end of the rotation. They also have good didactic sessions.

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    JPH and cook

    my info is a little older, but I did JPH, and found the OB rotation excellent. Dr **** taught almost every day, and my board exam was like a bunch of quotes from him(my step 2 OB section score was off the chart it was so good!). deliverys are always luck of the draw. I had a friend who finsihed the rotation the friday before I started,a nd said he hadnt delivered a single baby. that mondy, we had 3 deliverys by lunch,and I basically did one of them. I had easily more then a dozen deliverys at least assisted by the end of the 8weeks. it is luck of the draw on how many people come in going into labor. as for time, i did 8 weeks, as to do rotations at Cook county, you need 8 weeks of peds and 8 weeks of OB to be allowed in.

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