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Volunteering at a certain hospital have benefits?

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical Allopathic [ MD ]' started by sharpieLIFE, 09.20.14.

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  1. sharpieLIFE

    sharpieLIFE 2+ Year Member

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  3. premedlyfe

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    nope, volunteer at whichever hospital is nearest you. Adcoms just want to see that you had clinical experience.
     
  4. sharpieLIFE

    sharpieLIFE 2+ Year Member

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    Hmm okay thanks for your input.
    Anyone else have a different experience?
     
  5. AlteredScale

    AlteredScale Staff Member SDN Moderator 2+ Year Member

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    I've had better reception volunteering at a university hospital in terms of emergency medicine, it's closer to downtown so it's a much faster paced ED so you have to perform bed turnovers much faster.

    But at the end you just need clinical experience helping patients.
     
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    tantacles Lifetime Donor SDN Moderator 7+ Year Member

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    Nope. Volunteer at any hospital.
     
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