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Fourth Year rotations at CCOM

Discussion in 'Clinical Rotations' started by gmdin29, Dec 3, 2005.

  1. gmdin29

    gmdin29 New Member

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    Hi,
    I am a Third year at NYCOM. Originally I am from Chicago, but had to move to New York for the school. I want to do my fourth year rotations in Chicago. Can someone from CCOM please give me the details of CCOM's Fourth year rotation Hospitals, so that I could contact them and start working on getting the necessary paper work to get a spot in Chicago Hospitals for my Fourth year rotations.

    Basically I am looking for a list of hospitals that CCOM Fourth year students rotate at.
    I really appreciate your help,
    Thanks in advance,
    G Mo
    NYCOM class of 2007
     
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  3. Claymore

    Claymore Yankees Suck
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    Since we get a lot of elective time, people rotate all over the place (including out of state if you choose). You can pretty much go to any hospital that will take you, but the following hospitals tend to be where the majority of 4th years go who stay local (this list is not complete, but off the top of my head):
    Christ Hospital
    Lutheran General
    Illinois Masonic
    Cook County
    Resurrection
    Hinsdale Hospital
    Provident Hospital
    St. Bernard's
    St James Olympia Fields/Chicago Heights
    Swedish Covenant
    St. Margaret Mercy
    Plus all of the major university hospitals (Loyola, UIC, Rush, etc)
     
  4. gmdin29

    gmdin29 New Member

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    Thanks a lot this will be a big help :)
     

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