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Med School TUITION PAID for by Public Health Organizations???

Discussion in 'Medical Students - MD' started by cg1, May 24, 2000.

  1. cg1

    cg1 Senior Member 10+ Year Member

    May 23, 2000
    Someone recently told me that there are Public Health organizations that will pay (or partially pay) for med school tuition. Once the student graduates, they work for X number of years in a public service capacity. I've done some searching on the 'net and can't find such an organization. Does anyone have any info on this? Thanks!
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  3. mermaid

    mermaid Member 10+ Year Member

    May 6, 2000
    I've only heard about one thing that sounds like what you're talking about. It's through the government (I think). You just go through school like usual and afterward you have to work in a medically underserved location. I hear about this a lot b/c I live in Kansas and there are plenty of underserved areas in the western half of the state. I am pretty sure that it is a federal government program so check into that.
    Good luck [​IMG]
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  5. Lt. Ub

    Lt. Ub Senior Member 10+ Year Member

    May 26, 2000
    Philly, PA
    It's called the U.S. Army. I went to college for free and now I'm going to med school for free. I know it's not for everyone (and probably not what you had in mind), but I'll be happy to answer your questions if you have any.

    "They do certainly give very strange and newfangled names to diseases."
    - Plato
  6. Matt Norman

    Matt Norman Member 10+ Year Member

    Feb 28, 2000
    Hey Lt. I just finished Nursing school and have considered going into the army in order to finance med school.I have a bunch of questions about this route. Drop me an email if you have the time to answer some of them.Thanks.


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