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    Hey, does anyone know what core rotations are safe for a possible future practicing medicine in texas...and which hospitals ross has? any help would be appreciated...i hope i havent made anyone mad with this question

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    already been posted

    Check out this topic for more info.

    http://www.valuemd.com/ftopic31001.html

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    ??

    When I emailed the Texas Board about rotations there, they told me "a few" electives would be fine to do in Texas but anything more than that would lead to nonlicensure.

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    rotations

    Right, the bottom line is you can't do rotations AND residency in Texas, if you wanna be licensed and practice there in the end. It's an either-or situation.

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    let me explain

    what i meant by my question was that, what rotations (done in New York) would be safe for trying to practice in texas in the future, after residency (i think its easy to do residency in texas, its getting licensed after that the problem i think)

    i keep reading conflicting info, i know you have to do a rotation in neurology, but as you all know not all ross cores are in hospitals with a acgme residency in that rotation, and i know that ross does have a few hospitals that are acgme, but i think u all know how very frustrating ross can make you when requesting those rotations because there is always some excuse that prevents you from doing a rotation there....anyway, i really appreciate the help so far

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    you dont' have to do a neurology rotation anymore, if I remember correctly.
    When Mrs Meyers came to visit ross she stated that we are no longer required to do a neurology rotation.

    At the same meeting, she said you could do rotations in Texas as long as they are through a medical school.

    Right now, all are electives have to be ACGME certified too, but she said they were looking to drop that requirement since there aren't too many ACGME certifed rotations in anything outside of the cores.

    licensing law is located here

    http://www.tsbme.state.tx.us/rules/rules/163.htm

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