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Can we compile a list of D.O. friendly allo em programs
 

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allendo said:
Can we compile a list of D.O. friendly allo em programs
Texas A&M (Scott & White)
Texas Tech (El Paso)
 

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These are the places I was offered an interview at:

USF
Univ of MD
Univ of FL
MetroHealth/CC (OH)
Akron General
Allegheny General
York Hospital
Geisinger
Albert Einstein MC (PA)
St. Luke's (PA)
Maimoinides (NY)
Albany MC (NY)
Univ of CT
Suny Buffalo
MCG
Med Coll Wisc
Resurrection
Ohio State
St. Vincent's

I know I'm missing a bunch but that's all I can remember at this moment.

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Here are the places i got offered interviews:

North Shore
Stony Brook
LIJ
Downstate
Jacobi
Lincoln
University of Maryland
UCONN
Yale
Duke
Brown
Albany
Maimonides
Methodist
UC Davis
Albert Einstein
Cooper
Beth Israel NY
USF tampa
 

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This information is off of each residency program website. ***Please note that not all the websites had this information. This is a list of the Program websites that did supply this information. I looked up all the 3 year allopathic programs to see if they had any DOs on their website. Here is the list I came up with. This took me a week or so to compile. I may have missed some, but this is fairly complete. Hope this helps to give some insight to current DO friendly programs, for all who have asked.

Maricopa Medical Center EM Residency (4/30 of residents are DO)
UC - Davis/Emergency Department/U.C.D. Medical Center (one DO on website)
UCONN Health Center (has DO from LECOM)
USF - Tampa General (no website, but Quinn's from NSUCOM)
Emory University (one DO on website)
University of Illinois at Chicago (has DO’s from CCOM)
Baystate Medical Center (one DO)
University of Massachusetts Medical Center - (3 DO‘s from UNECOM)
Maimonides Medical Center (5/27 residents are DO)
New York Methodist Hospital (1/28 residents are DO)
North Shore University Hospital (3/26 residents are DO)
State University Hospital New York At Stony Brook (4/24 …DO)
Albert Einstein College of Medicine / Beth Israel Med Center (2/24 …DO)
St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center (1/40 DO resident on website)
Duke University Health System (one DO from Des Moines)
East Carolina University School of Medicine (5 DO residents)
Akron General (12/21 DO)
NEOUCOM / Akron City Hospital (5/25 DO)
Case Western / Metrohealth Medical Center (6/33 DO)
Wright State University (7/37 DO)
St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center (20/37 DO)
Allegheny General Hospital (has 4 DO residents)
PSU - Hershey Medical Center (2/7 DO)
Geisinger Medical Center Emergency Medicine Program (9/24 DO)
York Hospital / Pennsylvania State University (10/33 DO)
Medical College of Virginia Hospitals/VCU (one alum DO)
Christ Hospital EM Residency (has DOs)
Wayne State University/Detroit Receiving (has DOs)
MSU - Lansing EM Residency Program (15 DO residents)
University of Arkansas (4/24 DO)
University of Kentucky (1/18 DO from AZCOM on website)
U of Missouri - KC / Truman Medical Center (3/27 DO)
Newark Beth Israel Medical Center (8/30 DO)
State University of New York at Buffalo (8/37 DO)
Texas Tech University (5/24 DO)
Scott and White Memorial Hospital (4/23 DO)
University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center (4/48 DO)
Medical College of Wisconsin (4/18 DO)
Michigan State University Kalamazoo Center For Medical Studies (one DO on website)
Michigan State University - Lansing (has DO residents)
Saginaw Cooperative Hospitals, Inc (3 DO’s on website)
Maine Medical Center (one DO from UNECOM on website)
Albany Medical Center, Dept. of Emergency Medicine (one DO on website)
West Virginia University (has DO residents)
 

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Nice! Thanks for the info Apollyon. Always nice to see a LECOM alum reppin' (814) strong up in the hizzy. :D Actually, I may have to check out Duke a little more closely. I will definately be giving all of the programs in the southeast a good look.
 

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Cook County also has DO's... a couple of the faculty are DO's there too.
 

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I guess you could say that I make sure Wright State is pretty DO friendly (actually kind of interesting considering there is a DO EM residency down the road...Grandview).
 

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QuinnNSU said:
These are the places I was offered an interview at:

USF
Univ of MD
Univ of FL
MetroHealth/CC (OH)
Akron General
Allegheny General
York Hospital
Geisinger
Albert Einstein MC (PA)
St. Luke's (PA)
Maimoinides (NY)
Albany MC (NY)
Univ of CT
Suny Buffalo
MCG
Med Coll Wisc
Resurrection
Ohio State
St. Vincent's

I know I'm missing a bunch but that's all I can remember at this moment.

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hey neo :rolleyes: , why did u choose USF?
 

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UIC-Peoria has taken 1-2 DO's per class in recent years. Marc Squillante, the program director, is a D.O. himself.
 

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cooldreams said:
hey neo :rolleyes: , why did u choose USF?
Its the bomb diggity. Lots of reasons, actually. WHen I was applying, it was a brand new program, so I have really enjoyed being the first class here... its awesome being able to help mold the program.

Level 1 trauma center in the heart of the nicest part of Tampa. We see not only the indigent and cruddy but also the upper echelon, which is real nice.

Six residents a year, pretty small for a program but we really have a "family" feel to it and its a very laid back program.

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