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Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - DO' started by DOATC2B, May 14, 1999.

  1. DOATC2B

    DOATC2B Junior Member
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    in MI, the D.O. is well respected among other health professionals and in the community in general. I have been warned by pessimists that in some states the the environment is less than optimal. Has anyone heard anything about a D.O. having trouble finding a job due this discrimination?
     
  2. VM

    VM Senior Member
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    I don't know about some states but, I can tell you that in Ohio the DO degree is well respected. Ohio University has a DO program, and there are many osteopathic hospitals. I see DOs in all of the local hospitals here in Dayton.
     
  3. RC

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    VM,

    were you the one who posted about Grandview reducing their postions for UOMHS students in the future?? if so, have you heard of any more news on that topic. i was doing some research for future rotation sites and Grandview seems like a great place to do my surg. rotation.
    thanks, rene
     
  4. VM

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    RC,
    No, I have not heard anything more about Grandview. That info was told to me by a 3rd year student from UOMHS that I met at my FP doctors office. I don't even know for sure if she is correct.
     

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