comments on programs

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  1. APACHE3

    APACHE3 Senior Member
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    Any pros or cons to the following? Just curious. Thanks :)

    All IM programs:

    Indiana
    St. Vincents, Indy
    Medical College of Georgia
    Mercer University
    UVa-Carilon, Roanoke, VA
    East Carolina University
    New Hanover Medical Center, Wilmington, NC
    St. Lukes, Bethlehem, PA
    UT-Knoxville
    LSU-Shreveport
    Cook County
    SUNY-Upstate
     
  2. jenneylynn

    jenneylynn New Member

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    I'm a 4th year student at UT-Memphis. I've done most of my 3rd and 4th year at the UT-Knoxville site. It's a great hospital. The residents are very happy, not overly stressed. The area is beautiful. I like it so much here that it is at the top of my rank list.
     
  3. irlandesa

    irlandesa Senior Member
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    Indiana is supposed to be excellent; 3 hospital program, very bright students and residents, good fellowship programs.. Don't know much about the MCG IM program, but I know someone who works in research there who reports Augusta to be a very livable and friendly place.
     
  4. aquaboy

    aquaboy Surfer, sailor, swimmer!
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    The Carilion-Roanoke system in VA is not staffed by UVa house staff. They are a completely different residency program so you can't put UVa-Carilion, Roanoke if you're talking about IM.
     
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