305 MD offers International Medical Students all the core rotations for international medical students (IMGs): Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, Surgery, Psychiatry, OB GYN, and in some cases Family Practice.

Medical students typically complete their clinical rotations—also called clerkships—during the third and fourth years of their Doctor of Medicine (MD) programs.  Participating in clinical rotations gives soon-to-be physicians critical firsthand experience in working with patients under the direct supervision of a faculty member, fellow, or resident.  This is when you’ll put everything you learned in the first two years of medical school into practice with supervised direct patient care.

While the first couple of years in medical school are spent building the foundational knowledge, you’ll need to practice medicine, your clinical rotations will be your opportunity to pair that extensive knowledge with hands-on skills in the form of direct patient care. Being able to practice and eventually master those skills under the supervision of seasoned professionals is an invaluable experience for future physicians.

Contact us today to discuss how we can help you fulfill your dreams of become a physician.  305 MD also offers electives in any subspecialty. Available upon request.