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MD Otolaryngology Away Rotations in the time of COVID-19


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Jun 28, 2020
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Good afternoon, all!

I'm sure there are many questions for all of you rising MS4s looking to go in to Otolaryngology-HNS regarding away rotations. As you may already know, there have been guidelines published by many medical organizations discouraging Away Rotations, given the COVID-19 pandemic (AAMC, OPDO, SUO, others). While this is an unfortunate necessary step, it places those of you without a home Otolaryngology program at a disadvantage.

I wanted to give a brief update from our program here at George Washington University (website: The Otolaryngology Head & Neck Surgery Residency Program | The GW School of Medicine & Health Sciences, twitter: gw_otohns , instagram: gw_oto). Based on decisions made by our leadership at the medical school and hospital, we are accepting medical students for away rotations for students that DO NOT have a home program and are within 100 miles from DC.

Available Dates (4 week blocks):
September 2020
October 2020
November 2020

If you are interested in rotating with us, please contact the following individuals (include all on the email):
Program Coordinator: Ms. Jamella Smith ([email protected])
Program Director: Dr. Phil Zapanta ([email protected])
Associate Program Director: Dr. Joe Goodman ([email protected])
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