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i got into nsu months ago and was all set to go there. but then nycom offered me an interview so i decided to go just to check it out... and lo and behold i was accepted. what would you guys do, based on the schools themselves?
 

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i have the same exact choice to make. since i'm from NJ, i wanted to stay closer to home, even though nova was a great school as well. although many want to go into rural medicine, i'd rather go into urban medicine (if i do choose to practice in an underserved community) - so the 3 month rural rotation at nsu was a little too much for me.

there are many things to consider when choosing. my most important one was location. the school gives you the opportunity, but you make it happen, no matter where you are. good luck in choosing :luck:
 

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That is a difficult one to make, since I'd say the schools are pretty equal in their education and clinical programs (with NYCOM having an edge in hospital affiliations). The tuition and COL are also comparable.

I'd have to use location as a tiebreaker here, i.e. whether you have family close to either school or not.
 
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I don't know much about NYCOM. I applied and interviewed on Feb 13', I recieved the acceptance letter yesterday.
What are the hospital affiliations, and how are their allo matches and what are their boards scores. The students were vague when answering these questions. Does anyone have any inside info on this.

Also I was very surprised by the location of NYCOM, although its in a remote location, I can imagine it being very picturesqe in spring time. It is relatively new and tech advanced campus.
 

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I would go to NSU but I don't know much about there program other than I heard its really nice over there. Didn't they show u guys a match list at interview??? I've looked at the match list for I think the past 4-5 classes that graduated and its pretty good, NYCOM does get good residencies I don't know how but they do. The place u do ur clerkship is


NYCOM/ACADEMIC HEALTH CARE CENTER 3rd Year Clerkship Directions Dress Code
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Its a little messy but thats it
 

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I would go to NSU but I don't know much about there program other than I heard its really nice over there. Didn't they show u guys a match list at interview??? I've looked at the match list for I think the past 4-5 classes that graduated and its pretty good, NYCOM does get good residencies I don't know how but they do. The place u do ur clerkship is


NYCOM/ACADEMIC HEALTH CARE CENTER 3rd Year Clerkship Directions Dress Code
NYCOM/CENTRAL ISLIP (NYIT Campus) Gen. Info Directions Dress Code
ATLANTIC HEALTHCARE SYSTEM MOUNTAINSIDE Gen. Info Directions Dress Code
ATLANTIC HEALTHCARE SYSTEM OVERLOOK Gen. Info Directions Dress Code
BASSETT HEALTHCARE Gen. Info Directions Dress Code
BENEDICTINE HOSPITAL Gen. Info Directions Dress Code
BROOKDALE HOSPITAL MEDICAL CENTER Gen. Info Directions Dress Code
BROOKLYN HOSPITAL CENTER Gen. Info Directions Dress Code
BRUNSWICK HOSPITAL CENTER Gen. Info Directions Dress Code
CLARA MAASS MEDICAL CENTER Gen. Info Directions Dress Code
CONEY ISLAND HOSPITAL Gen. Info Directions Dress Code
DANBURY HOSPITAL Gen. Info Directions Dress Code
FRANKFORD HOSPITAL Gen. Info Directions Dress Code
GOOD SAMARITAN HOSPITAL MEDICAL CENTER Gen. Info Directions Dress Code
GRIFFIN HOSPITAL Gen. Info Directions Dress Code
HOLLISWOOD HOSPITAL Gen. Info Directions Dress Code
JAMAICA HOSPITAL Gen. Info Directions Dress Code
LONG BEACH MEDICAL CENTER Gen. Info Directions Dress Code
LONG ISLAND JEWISH HILLSIDE HOSPITAL (Psychiatry) Gen. Info Directions Dress Code
LONG ISLAND JEWISH MEDICAL CENTER (Surgery) Gen. Info Directions Dress Code
LUTHERAN MEDICAL CENTER Gen. Info Directions Dress Code
MAIMONIDES MEDICAL CENTER Gen. Info Directions Dress Code
MID-HUDSON FAMILY HEALTH INSTITUTE Gen. Info Directions Dress Code
NASSAU UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER Gen. Info Directions Dress Code
NEWARK BETH ISRAEL MEDICAL CENTER Gen. Info Directions Dress Code
NORTH SHORE LONG ISLAND JEWISH HEALTH SYSTEM
FOREST HILLS Gen. Info Directions Dress Code
NORTH SHORE UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL
MANHASSET Gen. Info Directions Dress Code
NORTH SHORE UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL PLAINVIEW Gen. Info Directions Dress Code
PENINSULA HOSPITAL CENTER Gen. Info Directions Dress Code
QUEENS HOSPITAL CENTER Gen. Info Directions Dress Code
SAINT BARNABAS MEDICAL CENTER (NJ) Gen. Info Directions Dress Code
SISTERS HOSPITAL Gen. Info Directions Dress Code
ST. BARNABAS HOSPITAL (BRONX) Gen. Info Directions Dress Code
SOUTH NASSAU COMMUNITIES HOSPITAL Gen. Info Directions Dress Code
ST. VINCENT'S MIDTOWN Gen. Info Directions Dress Code
UNION HOSPITAL Gen. Info Directions Dress Code
WILSON MEMORIAL REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER Gen. Info Directions Dress Code
WYCKOFF HEIGHTS MEDICAL CENTER


Its a little messy but thats it

Looks very good to me:)
 

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i got into nsu months ago and was all set to go there. but then nycom offered me an interview so i decided to go just to check it out... and lo and behold i was accepted. what would you guys do, based on the schools themselves?

I had the same dilemma. I decided not to go to NYCOM though it would be closer to home and supposedly have a great hospital affiliations. In terms of the matchlist, if you compare both of them, they both have top ranking hospitals. If you based it on number, NYCOM had better sites, but their last class had more students than NSUCOM did. If you went by proportions, it is about the same.

Obviously, I chose NSU. Although I'm not too thrilled with the months of rural medicine, NSU gives you a good amount of time for electives/board prep time. Do what you feel is best for you. Happiness does count.

That is a difficult one to make, since I'd say the schools are pretty equal in their education and clinical programs (with NYCOM having an edge in hospital affiliations). The tuition and COL are also comparable.

I'd have to use location as a tiebreaker here, i.e. whether you have family close to either school or not.

The tuition and COL is the same? That's news to me. I think NYCOM's tuition and COL are both higher out of state.
 

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NYCOM tuition and COL are quite a bit higher than NSUCOM's in my humblest of opinions...

I chose to decline the NYCOM interview after my NSU acceptance.



EDIT: sorry for the mental lapse that Dr.Inviz had such a good time with :)
 

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NYCOM tuition and COL are quite a bit higher than NYCOM's in my humblest of opinions...

I chose to decline the NYCOM interview after my NSU acceptance.

Very nice. NYCOM>NYCOM? :smuggrin:
 

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I canceled NSU interview invite after NYCOM's acceptance. :cool:

They both are great schools, but i just love NY.
 
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