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Rotations at AZCOM?

Discussion in 'Medical Students - DO' started by tjmDO, Jul 31, 2002.

  1. tjmDO

    tjmDO Vascular Surgery Fellow 10+ Year Member

    Jul 16, 2002
    Can anyone tell me about the rotations at AZCOM. How are they, where are they, ambulatory or hospital based? etc?

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  3. muonwhiz

    muonwhiz Senior Member 10+ Year Member

    Feb 6, 2001
    It is my understanding that both ambulatory and hospital rotations are available. A certain number of the rotations must be in Arizona, but after that you have the ability to arrrange rotations in other states.
  4. jhug

    jhug 1K Member 10+ Year Member

    Nov 11, 2001
    Valley o' the sun
    i'm not exactly sure how to work the search but we had a great thread on this topic not too long ago. You can have a preceptor based rotation where you learn directly from a physician. No third year, fourth year, intern, resident ladder. You also have the option of doing a hospital based rotation where you learn all about grand rounds and how that all works. Tedsadoc is someone who has taught a lot regarding this topic so maybe try to search for those responses as well. I am sold on the idea and feel that it will be incredible benefitial to learn one on one with someone who already knows the ropes.
  5. tln666

    tln666 Junior Member 7+ Year Member

    Jul 29, 2002
    Las Vegas
    I've had the pleasure of interviewing there and have asked the students as well as staff about their rotations and heard a terrible thing that no one would give me a straight answer to. There was rumor that a local hospital/teaching facility/clinical program that "boycotted" DO students for whatever reason. This made me hesitant. Can anyone confirm or better yet denounce this horrible hearsay?
  6. jhug

    jhug 1K Member 10+ Year Member

    Nov 11, 2001
    Valley o' the sun
    tln--- any idea on the name of the hospital??? Pheonix is quite large and there are quite a few hospitals in the area. To be honest, all i care about is that MAYO allows us to do stuff there!!Everywhere you go you'll run into crap like that. If you are interested in the school i wouldn't focus on what one person/hospital may think. Maybe the hospital had to contract with UofA and they made them sign something or loose that school-- who knows?? They have been talking of putting a DO school in Utah and the UofUtah is very much against it-- is it because a DO school produces bad docs?????.......NO! it's all about $$$$$$$
  7. tedsadoc2002

    tedsadoc2002 Senior Member 10+ Year Member


    If you are interested in the facts, send me a PM I will let you in on what's up.

    ted, D.O.
    Emergency Medicine-PGY-1
    somewhere in the city

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