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dually accredited internships

Discussion in 'Medical Students - DO' started by studentdoctor, Sep 25, 2000.

  1. studentdoctor

    studentdoctor Junior Member

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    Hello all! I am a senior student in desperate need of a list of internships that are both AOA and ACGME accredited. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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  3. njdevil

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    Does that even exist. The traditional internship in the allopathic world is pretty much gone. There are lots of dual accredited residencies...never heard of dual-accredited internship...
     
  4. Why would you even want such a thing. If you are looking into a MD program, then apply there.
    If you want to do an internship first, then that is that. I really do not understand what the questinon is??
    The MD's have a year they call transitional year. Is this what you mean?? I have heard you can get this year approved as an internship, but I am not for sure. Would have to contact the AOA. Still, I do not see the point, unless the hospital/university told you it would increase your chances into residency if you do a transitional year here? Now I guess that would be a differant story. I have never heard of such a case. I have been told, by MD residents, that their DO peers had an advantage the first year of residency because the DO's already had a year under their belt. This is of course common knowledge. Anyway. . .I do not know if I helped any.
    Don't foget, things are going to be changing as far as DO matching. This is the first year to match for internship/residency. I bet it will catch on pretty fast as the thing to do. Who wants to wait an entire year to find out where residency will be. I know I am matching for both this winter! Can't beat that!

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  5. supyo

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    I don't know what you are interested in specializing in, however there are a few dually accr. programs in Chicago. One of them is at St. Francis hospital, also Cook County and Illinois Masonic

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  6. Rusty

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    Here is a incomplete list of hospitals which have dually-accredited, ACGME/AOA-approved transitional year programs:
    1. St. Luke's Hospital (PA)
    2. Cook County (IL)
    3. Illinois Masonic (IL)
    4. Bi-County/Henry Ford Hospital (MI)
    5. Riverside/Henry Ford Hospital (MI)
     

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