Now that we're approaching the meat of interview season, here's my conundrum: I've interviewed at some places, all of which are good for research, but I am also really interested in getting solid, diverse, clinical training as well. I've heard (and read here) different things about what that entails, one of which is that exposure to private/county/VA settings is key. Can one get good training in places that don't provide multiple hospital settings (as stated above), or are places that don't expose you to different hospital settings good in a different way? For example, MGH doesn't necessarily give you VA exposure to my knowledge, but they do have McClean. Pros/cons to that?