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    Which UMHS clinical sites are 100 percent green book? Which ones have one or more blue books?
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    Your best bet would be to ask the Dean of Clinical Sciences. He will have a definitive answer.

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    Is Puerto Rico a good choice for greenbook? I keep hearing its an umbrella.
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    Just go online and Google Fredia AMA and search for the institution. If the program ie. OB/GYM, IM, Surgery etc. show up under that hospital as a sponsored or an affiliated program it is Greenbook. Here is a quick way to figure it out. If the program has ANY residents it is a "GREEN" roation

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackets5 View Post
    Just go online and Google Fredia AMA and search for the institution. If the program ie. OB/GYM, IM, Surgery etc. show up under that hospital as a sponsored or an affiliated program it is Greenbook. Here is a quick way to figure it out. If the program has ANY residents it is a "GREEN" rotation
    Jacket5 just explained what it took me asking multiple students and some elbow-grease to figure out.

    It seems that almost all of the school's rotations are greenbook. From my understanding, there are a couple sites where you can do ALL green-book, without having to move around to facilitate it. I haven't looked at all the school's rotations, but in my complete 3rd year schedule, the only rotation without a residency (and thus non green-book), is psychiatry. My understanding is that the school has few if any green-book psychiatry rotations (or at least when my 3rd year was planned out).

    Just make sure that you get a green-book rotation in the specialty you want to pursue.
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    Are you guys having a hard time getting greenbook rotations? and what about the availability of green book rotation by family med umberella vs by specialty?

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    Quote Originally Posted by competitor View Post
    Jacket5 just explained what it took me asking multiple students and some elbow-grease to figure out.

    It seems that almost all of the school's rotations are greenbook. From my understanding, there are a couple sites where you can do ALL green-book, without having to move around to facilitate it. I haven't looked at all the school's rotations, but in my complete 3rd year schedule, the only rotation without a residency (and thus non green-book), is psychiatry. My understanding is that the school has few if any green-book psychiatry rotations (or at least when my 3rd year was planned out).

    Just make sure that you get a green-book rotation in the specialty you want to pursue.
    The problem is that the greenbook rule is an "All or Nothing" rule. If you have all but just ONE core that is greenbook, you are ineligible for licensure to the states that require greenbook core rotations (and electives). So even though psych is not greenbook, it is the same as having nothing greenbook.

    UMHS rotations are pretty sketchy given this fact. Our rotations are no different than Xavier, Windsor, St. Eustatius, et al. Just about any startup caribbean school can give you non greenbook rotations.
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    Quote Originally Posted by competitor View Post
    I haven't looked at all the school's rotations, but in my complete 3rd year schedule, the only rotation without a residency (and thus non green-book), is psychiatry. My understanding is that the school has few if any green-book psychiatry rotations (or at least when my 3rd year was planned out).

    Just make sure that you get a green-book rotation in the specialty you want to pursue.
    if you did 1 rotation non-greenbook, you might as well do them all non-greenbook. even missing one rotation makes you not eligible for the states that require everything to be greenbook.

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    what states require all green book rotations?

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    Can anyone say which internal medicine rotation at UMHS is greenbook (and not umbrella-greenbook like at Dekalb?)

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