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Inputs on ranking these programs

heman466s

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There is still time for the ROL deadline, but I want enough time to make up my mind so your inputs on these programs will be highly appriciated.Can anyone help me in ranking theses programs....I am aiming for a fellowship in neonato/cards

1.Albert Einstein,PA
2.Cooper,Camden
3.St peters,New Brunswick
4.Goryeb childrens hospital
5.Jersey shore
 

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There is still time for the ROL deadline, but I want enough time to make up my mind so your inputs on these programs will be highly appriciated.Can anyone help me in ranking theses programs....I am aiming for a fellowship in neonato/cards

1.Albert Einstein,PA
2.Cooper,Camden
3.St peters,New Brunswick
4.Goryeb childrens hospital
5.Jersey shore

I can only speak aout Albert Einstein because I did a rotation there as a medical student. I felt that the faculty that I worked with were great teachers. It is weird that the inpatient pediatrics happens at St. Christopher's, but they make it work. In terms of opportunities to do fellowship, it seemed that the residents did well with getting into neonatology fellowships especially since Albert Einstein has a relationship with Thomas Jefferson which has a neonatology fellowship. Hope that helps and good luck with the match!
 
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These are not very common programs and SDN only represents a tiny sample of medstudents applying to peds (and peds residents) so it is unlikely that you will get much feedback. Maybe talk to your attendings? Good luck!
 
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