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yale primary care vs. jefferson

harrison

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hi i need some advice on whether i should rank yale primary care or jefferson higher. i know i def want to do a fellowship, so im not sure if the yale name (even if its primary care) is better than jeff? about 40 percnt of the primary care residents go into fellowships and do pretty well. only bad thing is there's no elective time first year and you have to travel 40 minutes to another hopsital 5 months out of the year?

any thoughts?
 

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Jefferson is in a much better location with a very diverse patient population. In my opinion, Yale is stronger clinically. It also has more international opportunities.
 
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