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    Is trinity NY approved

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    is this school New York approved?
    can we spend the last 2years in New York doing rotations?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cutelilMD View Post
    is this school New York approved?
    can we spend the last 2years in New York doing rotations?
    no only 12 weeks per NYS law.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rokshana View Post
    no only 12 weeks per NYS law.
    roks is correct, only 12 weeks of elective rotations can be done here.

    If you want to apply for residency in the state of NY then you are only allowed by law to complete a maximum of 12 weeks of clinical rotations outside the country in which your school is chartered. If you do more than 12 weeks outside your school's country you will not be allowed to apply for residency practice. This also means you will have virtually zero USCE (US clinical experience) that is necessary for PD's to take your application seriously at most residency programs.

    If you want to obtain a permanent license then you will be required to complete a 3yr residency in another state and obtain a permanent license, then reciprocate into NY.

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    what is Trinity NY ? I didn't hear about such a thing >? !

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    call the NY state medical board and see what they have to say

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    The first reply posted is correct. During your clinical rotations with Trinity, you can spend up to 12 weeks in New York State.
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    12 weeks rotations not as a Trinity student. Call up the state medical board. They told me they haven't even heard of this school. See what they tell you though cause maybe it has recognition now. In either case, do your research.

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    Questions to always ask about any new school - do they have permanent faculty members for ALL subjects? And what are their qualifications? Are they teaching based on american standards? have they taught in the U.S. or obtained their degrees in the U.S. to even know what a U.S. board questions are like. Outdated sources dont count. Ask them why there is so much negativity posted for a school that's barely even 3 years old. -in all, do research - proper research. just learn to ask the right questions. talk to students from all schools and try to find a school that doesnt have a 26% loan interest.

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    There's so much negativity b/c your name is associated with at least 75% of it. And I don't know who told you our interest rate is 26%. It's actually 10%. Ten percent isn't great, but my butt would be sitting at home if it was 26%.

    For those interested, I will do my best to explain. ALL required clerkships are offered at hospitals in Chicago. We (the students) do not have the names of the hospitals. Any questions/concerns we have are directed to the person at the brokerage assigned to handle Trinity School of Medicine. There are clerkships offered in other locations, NY being one of them.

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