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Michigan Residency Without Rotating Internship?

Discussion in 'Clinical Rotations' started by MI2002, Nov 14, 2000.

  1. MI2002

    MI2002 New Member

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    I am a 3rd year Osteopathic Medical Student who will be applying to allopathic residencies beginning next summer, and am trying to figure out whether or not I can apply to programs in Michigan without first doing a rotating internship. I know that I would have to do the rotating internship to be elgible for a full medical license in Michigan, however I am uncertain as to whether I could get a limited educational license that would allow me to train at a Michigan program and then leave the state forever once the program is complete. Does anyone know for sure whether I could or could not get a limited educational license to allow me to do a residency in Michigan?
     
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  3. KCP

    KCP Junior Member

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    The AOA gave me a number to call for questions regarding liscensure. Call 1-800-962-9008. It's my understanding that they can find information for different states to find the licensure requirements. I hope it's helpful. Good luck!
     

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