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Beckie

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Hi all
I'm sorry if this question has been asked before, but I couldn't find anything.

I was wondering if there are different types of residencies for a DO? Is there a special website for DO residencies? Or do DO docs do the residencies listed on FRIEDA also?

Thanks for taking the time to read this.

Take care,
Beckie
 
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Aaron Earles

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Hey Beckie,

This site has the list of Osteopathic Residencies in the US. I hope that this helps you. If you are new, just to give you a heads up, there are five states that require you to complete an AOA approved internship if you want to practice in one of those five states. The states are WV, FL, OK, PA, and MI, (I think these are the five, if not, someone please correct me). There are ways that you can apply for an exemption, but I am not knowledgable enough to give you an accurate statement. Do a search on the forum, because this topic is discussed quite often.

http://do-online.osteotech.org/pdf/sir_opplist.pdf

Aaron
 
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