A U.S. clinical experience is essential for international medical students and graduates hoping to practice medicine in the United States. USCE can serve your current educational and future professional goals by giving you the chance to:
Internal Medicine with Clinical Instructor, NYU Grossman School of Medicine
General Surgery with Assistant Professor of Surgery, Mount Sinai School of Medicine
Family Medicine at Larkin Community Hospital - Palm Springs Campus
AMO is the only clinical rotation provider that guarantees seating for IMGs through partnerships with top U.S. hospitals and clinical sites. To date, AMO has helped over 3,500 international medical students, graduates, and trainees find clinical rotations, including externships, observerships, hands-on rotations, and electives, that have helped them progress in their career goals.
We offer U.S. U.K., and virtual clinical experiences in 70+ specialties and subspecialties such as internal medicine, family medicine, pediatrics, and OBGYN.
Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust - Multiple Specialties
Internal Medicine with Assistant Professor, University of South Florida College of Medicine
Plastic Surgery with Harvard Plastic Surgery Residency Program Director
AMO’s in-person rotations include medical electives, observerships, clerkships, externships, and shadowing experiences. They provide medical students, graduates, and trainees with the opportunity to experience the U.S. healthcare system from a precepting physician or hospital department.
Virtual rotations provide trainees with clinical experience from a telehealth approach. Like in-person experiences, virtual rotations give trainees experience in the U.S. healthcare system but rely on audio and video streaming technology to connect visitors with precepting physicians, their patients, and other medical trainees.
Pre-med shadowing experiences are for U.S. undergraduate students. Although these experiences are strictly shadowing, like a college internship, they provide trainees with real-world experience. Trainees have the potential to earn letters of evaluation to help them stand out on med school applications.
After you are accepted into your rotation, the next step is reserving. You will then need to obtain a visa, which is a critical step to entering the U.S. Don't worry—AMO can help! Once reserved, you can request a visa invitation letter, you will need to show to help secure your visa. To receive your letter, you will also be asked to show proof of a scheduled visa interview. Take the first step now by filling out the required DS-160 Visa Application form at travel.state.gov
Both experiences were the eye-openers I needed to understand the U.S. medical system. I learned to love it even more.
These aspects of my clinical experience made it more than a learning process. It became the adventure of a lifetime!
Dermatology–Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Overall, I had an amazing experience! I learned so many new things and got a different perspective on patient care.
I was able to make a difference in the lives of many while feeling at home with a great group of helping, kind, and sometimes funny medical professionals.
Dealing with new cases was exciting. I learned so much about how to conduct myself in the clinical setting, including how to interact with patients.
Internal Medicine–Tampa, Florida
I would like to thank AMO... for this fantastic opportunity. I got a lot out of it regarding medicine, tourism, a positive outlook on life, and motivation.
With guaranteed seating at top U.S. hospitals and clinics, AMO empowers you to choose the U.S. clinical experience you want. Simply find your medical elective, apply, reserve, and rotate.explore electives