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Ranking order - Surgery

Discussion in 'Surgery and Surgical Subspecialties' started by maverick_pkg, Feb 20, 2007.

  1. maverick_pkg

    maverick_pkg Vascular Surgery
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    Any suggestions on which order to rank the following for categorical surgery along with the reasons:

    Saw Palmetto Univ of South Carolina
    Univ of New Mexico
    Abington Memorial, PA
    Caritas St. Elizabeth, Boston

    Am not very particular about the part of the country where I want to stay. Am inclined towards minimally invasive, but its still an open choice. Am seeking the best training program possible.
     
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  2. msl2007

    msl2007 Senior Member
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    I' heard good things about Abington and I think their min invasive is good. New Mexico does a lot of rural/primary care in general, I don't know what that means for the surgery department.
     
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    maverick_pkg Vascular Surgery
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    thanks
     
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