With AMOpportunities, building, marketing, and managing clinical experiences is simple. We have a streamlined process incorporating our easy-to-use platform and staff available to provide support.
Hospitals and clinics set capacity and criteria for students.
AMO pairs you with schools and students that fit your criteria and scheduling.
Our team and platform will handle the vetting, scheduling, document collection, and coordination.
Our team provides student support before, during, and after the rotations. You focus on teaching.
Per studies from the Association of American Medical Colleges, the U.S. will be short nearly 122,000 physicians by 2032. International medical graduates make up 29% of the current physician workforce. By working together to expand clinical education, we open the door to international trainees who can help solve the looming doctor shortage and provide care to patients in areas such as rural communities who are affected most by both an increasing lack of physicians along with clinic and hospital closures
Our software and services are built to increase training capacity and reduce administrative processing. Our trained staff qualifies, prepares, and supports every medical trainee so you can focus on teaching.
Precepting U.S. or international medical trainees at your hospital, clinic, or private practice can lead to improved patient outcomes. These individuals may identify with local demographics, strengthening your site’s relationship with your community.
Students select rotation sites based on their personal preferences, including where they may want to practice medicine in the future. After they rotate, complete their residency, and earn a medical license, they may seek employment at your site.
We pay clinical sites to host medical trainees. Host a cohort of eight students annually and earn up to $200,000. Sixty annual spots can result in up to $1.4 million.
“The revenue from our program with AMOpportunities gives us the ability to build out a quality department and find funding for value-based reimbursement. It allows us to do things to make our practice more competitive and give patients a better level of service.”
Dr. Karon LoCicero
Tampa, Fla., Internal Medicine
LoCicero Medical Group at Memorial Hospital