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Work as general medicine attending during rheumatology fellowship?

skichick12

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Hi all. I recently read on a rheumatology fellowship's website that fellows are required to work as general medicine attendings during the fellowship. "3 months/year General Medicine ward attending". I was just wondering if this is the typical experience and to be expected or an exception. Thanks!
 
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Hi all. I recently read on a rheumatology fellowship's website that fellows are required to work as general medicine attendings during the fellowship. "3 months/year General Medicine ward attending". I was just wondering if this is the typical experience and to be expected or an exception. Thanks!
Sounds unusual.

I wouldn't even consider it unless they paid me >$50k extra for those three months.
 
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