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    Shorty, M.D. is offline Member 660 points
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    TN Rotations?

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    Hello All,
    Whilst I wait for my step results, I was wondering if anyone did their rotations in Nashville? I saw that Baptist is Greenbook for IM and Infectious Diseases so I was wondering if anyone had any insight about these rotations or even if they were still possible. Also, is it possible to do electives and cores mixed together or do you have to do cores before you can do electives? I was thinking of doing the IM and ID rotation after one another since they are in the same place but I don't know how it all works.
    Thanks in advance!
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    are these "greenbook" rotations actually greenbook? I am hoping that they are since I am about to start rotations but I keep hearing Windsor actually doesnt give any greenbook and its all in clinics etc. Im worried. I hope someone can mythbuster this!

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    Huh? Green book just means that the clinical spot is within a hospital that has a residency program. If it is listed here: https://www.acgme.org/adspublic/... its Green book. I dunno who you are hearing this from but look up the rotation from the source's mouth (ACGME) and if its there, its Green book... plain and simple. Windsor uses the same company to contract its spots as most other carib schools so if that were true, then no carib students would ever have Green book rotations nor would they be able to get residencies in states such as NJ, which require all Green book (which is why I was asking about it in TN).
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    ok thanks for clarifying! I guess I will find out more once I actually start. I am a transfer student so I have no idea what or how Windsor works so have to go by what students say.

    I thought in order for rotations to be greenbook they had to be in hospitals. Again information I had received from students currently in rotations.

    Btw gluck for your step score! I c you are waiting!

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    Does windsor offer all Greenbook Core rotations to students who have passed STEP 1 can someone enlighten me on this.

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