How it Works

Our partnered US hospitals, departments, and practices create four-week clinical rotations such as electives, clerkships, observerships, and externships for international medical students and graduates. Physicians take trainees wherever they see patients, including their affiliated hospitals, research sites, and clinics.
1

Sign Up

First, tell us a bit about yourself! Answer a few questions so we can help you find the best program for your career. Signing up takes less than 5 minutes, and you're off to pick a program.
2

Search for the rotation that's right for you

Our revolutionary search app lets you pick programs by location and specialty. Click a program to learn more about the host hospital, school, department, or institution to make sure its just what you want!
3

Book

You picked out the perfect program, now book it! Just like buying a plane ticket, pick a month and make your first payment. Once you've booked, we guide you through the housing, visa, and document collection process from start to finish.
4

Attend your reservation

After your documents are processed and the balance is paid, we guide you from your home to the clinic, providing on-demand concierge service to ensure you are prepared for your first day.

Frequently Asked Questions

Eligibility

Our mission is to provide the international community access to high quality medical education in the United States. To be eligible, you must be either a current medical or nursing student, or a recent graduate. Proof of eligiblity is required in the form of letter of good standing from school or a medical degree.

Observership Rotations

Observerships involve shadowing your supervising physician while they treat and care for patients, while participating in active case presentation and practice differential diagnosis. These are typically for early year medical students and graduates.

Hands-On Rotations

Hands-on rotations involve non-invasive patient interaction such as taking histories, vitals, presenting cases and differential diagnosis in compliance with patient privacy guidelines. Hands-On rotations involve patient based activities in the clinic, often paired with Hospital Grand Round Observation. These are typically for clinical year medical students who may be eligible for elective credit.

Letters of Recommendation

Our partnered physicians offer letters of recommendation based on performance. Physicians have full discretion over the content and letterhead. US residency program directors generally look for a physician's academic affiliations and the clinical sites you have attended rather than letterhead. A great letter of recommendation can be the deciding factor in a residency match application, and can help support USMLE scores to push you to the next level of programs.

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