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any program vacancies?

Discussion in 'Emergency Medicine' started by Herbert, Mar 2, 2007.

  1. Herbert

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    Often, vacancies aren't posted on SAEM.org. so I was wondering if any of you knew about an unexpected vacancies for a PGY-2 position in a 2,3,4 program.

    I am currently an internal medicine resident and would like to switch over

    thanks for the help , guys
     
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  3. EctopicFetus

    EctopicFetus Keeping it funky enough

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    I know Cook County often holds a spot open. Thats one option but I dont know if they filled it or what.
     
  4. jmart

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    Ohio State has an open 2nd year spot.
     
  5. Ceez

    Ceez Senior Member

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    how does it work if you match into a 2-4 EM program after doing an IM residency? do you just start at the PGY-2 level or do you repeat internship?
     
  6. Apollyon

    Apollyon Screw the GST
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    Unless the person applies during the PGY-2 year, if the person matches 2-4, they'll have a year off, then start as EM-1 (normally PGY-2, but, PGY-4 in this case). One year of GME is required - three years is extra.
     
  7. Hercules

    Hercules Son of Zeus

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    What year are you in your IM training?
     

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