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PGY2 or 3, Internal Medicine, July 2010, Northern CA

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PGY2 or PGY3 vacancy for an Internal Medicine Residency Program in Northern California to begin July 2010.

Santa Clara Valley Medical Center (SCVMC) is a Stanford University-affiliated county hospital located in the heart of Silicon Valley. As the public hospital for one of the most diverse counties in the United States, SCVMC serves a patient population of incredible variety in culture, language, economic background, and medical problems. Our Internal Medicine Residency Program is an academically rigorous program that trains young physicians to be superb clinicians who are extremely successful in pursuing careers in primary care, hospital-based medicine and fellowship in all the medical subspecialties.

We are actively recruiting for PGY2 or PGY3 residents interested in transferring to our Program to complete their training. Applicants must be in good standing with their program and carry a green card or be a US citizen (unfortunately our institution does not support H1/J1 Visas). Interested applicants should visit our website to learn more:

http://www.scvmed.org/portal/site/scvmc/

Please contact Dr. Steve Roey, Program Director, at [email protected] or Amy Luu, Program Coordinator, at [email protected], for more information.

Thank you.
 

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I actually know people who left the program personally since 2004. Dr. Roey should rethink the problems with this residency. Don't want to call it outright malignant, but there must be reason(s) for it. Simply being in California does not make things right.
 

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I actually know people who left the program personally since 2004. Dr. Roey should rethink the problems with this residency. Don't want to call it outright malignant, but there must be reason(s) for it. Simply being in California does not make things right.
You should not speak of things that you know nothing about. To suggest that the program is malignant without any facts or data simply demonstrates that your intentions are meant to harm a program that works tirelessly in support of their residents. Your comments are a reflection more out of ignorance and spite and less so than that of true understanding of the circumstances.

i may be biased, but one thing is certain: the program, nor it's faculty and program director, are malignant.
 

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SCVMC,
Do you know if this position is still available?
 
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