Volunteering and Shadowing opportunities in NYC/long island

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  1. tetraflower

    tetraflower Probationary Status 2+ Year Member

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    Hey guys.

    I'm looking for some volunteering opportunities in hospital in nyc and long island but so many places are not accepting applications or require 6-7 month commitments. I'm only going to be here over the summer because I go to school in DC. Anyone know of any hospitals out there?

    Also, I've been calling up and emailing a bunch of doctors in the area and have had no luck finding someone to shadow. Any tips on this?

    I tried my PCP. Reject. LIJ doesn't accept anyone. I asked my cousin who is an anesthesiologist but the shadow program only allows one to go in shadow for three days so that's pretty useless.
     
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  3. tarheel1408

    tarheel1408 2+ Year Member

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    If you're a pre-med, you should post this in the pre-med forum. They'll probably be able to provide better answers, honestly.
     
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  4. tetraflower

    tetraflower Probationary Status 2+ Year Member

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    oh word. thanks.
     
  5. Priapism4tooLong

    Priapism4tooLong 2+ Year Member

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    straight dope yo
     
  6. tetraflower

    tetraflower Probationary Status 2+ Year Member

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    tetraflower Probationary Status 2+ Year Member

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    anyone??????
     
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    Smurfette A blonde among the blue SDN Administrator 10+ Year Member

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    Closing cross posted thread. Interested users can go to PreAllo to comment.
     
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