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Discussion in 'Clinical Rotations' started by Texas_Sam, Sep 7, 2001.
Anyone know what you have to do to get into rotations in another state?
Contact the department of the specialty that you are interested in pursuing (eg. Department of Surgery, Residency Coordinator). Tell them your intentions and find out what dates are available. They will then refer you to their Registrar to get the necessary applications to rotate. Some programs require an application fee (eg. Emory $50) or immunization records (eg. USF). I hope this helps.