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Online scramble help for FM

Discussion in 'Family Medicine' started by sophiejane, Mar 13, 2007.

  1. sophiejane

    sophiejane Exhausted
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    Just a thought, but for those of you scrambling today, maybe you could use this thread to share info? It might not be fast enough, or even useful to you, but I thought I would throw it out there.

    If anyone has questions about my area (TX/OK), including particular FM programs, I'd be more than happy to help--I've done lots of research and gone to plenty of residency fairs in the area. I'm off today and will be camped in a coffee shop with my laptop, so whatever I can do...let me know.

    Anyone able to offer advice on other regions, post away.

    Most importantly....GOOD LUCK!!! (Luck of the Irish, no less, which I can actually bestow on you, being 1/2 Irish!)

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  2. sddoc

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    I do know that my FP program will be looking to fill a couple of scramble spots in the next few days. There are opportunities to focus on OB, rural ED, and procedures. We are near Mt. Rushmore in the Black Hills of South Dakota. I have really enjoyed my intern year with this program. PM me if you are interested in knowing more about the program. Thanks!
     
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    Wow! I'm surprised that there were 7 unfilled spots.
     

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