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Schools with Rural/Underserved emphasis?

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nick_carraway

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UCSF and UCD also have PRIME programs (I saw UCLA in your MDapps already).

Of those two, UCSF is your best shot from OOS but both are fantastic programs. I worked with some faculty at UCSF's PRIME program and they are extremely bright and helpful.
 

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OHSU in my home state of Oregon is all over rural medicine and primary care. And OHSU loves out of state applicants - so if this is your profile, go west and bring your fly rod and snowboard.
 

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UCSF and UCD also have PRIME programs (I saw UCLA in your MDapps already).

Of those two, UCSF is your best shot from OOS but both are fantastic programs. I worked with some faculty at UCSF's PRIME program and they are extremely bright and helpful.

I've heard that the UCLA PRIME program is fantastic! Glad to hear that from someone who's had firsthand experience with them! I'll add UCSF to the list. Thanks!
 

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In the midwest i know Univeristy of Missouri Kansas City and University of Missouri Columbia have rural medicine tracks, and I'd bet that any major city med schools in Chicago or St. Louis areas would have a means to focus on underserved areas probably on the same block as the med campus
 
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