Hi all, I was wondering if there are any DO schools with rotations primarily at university-based teaching hospitals? I know many schools may have the option of a few rotations at university-based hospitals, but most of the rotations seem to be at community-based hospitals. I understand the reason for this, since osteopathic medicine has a greater focus on primary care, which I am assuming would be the focus at community hospitals while specialty medicine would be more likely to be found at university hospitals (this I assume). However, in general, I've heard that the quality of teaching at university hospitals seems to be better (yes, I know there are notable exceptions like Mayo or Cleveland Clinic, but these are only a few). Thus, I was wondering if any of the DO programs has nearly ALL rotations (or at least students can have the option of rotating at all) university teaching hospital sites. I realize there are lots of assumptions in my post here, but I am writing from my limited knowledge. I assumed all teaching-hospitals are university based, though I don't know if this is necessarily the case. Since this is on the topic of 3rd/4th year rotations, maybe this post would be better in the 'osteopathic' section, but I figured there is more traffic here in pre-osteo. Any information is appreciated. Thanks!