In addition, applicants should take simple steps to avoid being nervous at the start of the interview. They should arrive on time and seek to get the full names of the interviewers prior to the start of the conversation. Advance interview practice is another way to feel less nervous and more confident during a residency interview.
Archive for June, 2015
Tags: international medical graduates, practice interviews, residency applications, Residency Interviews, Tips
Tags: larkin community hospital, subinternships
In 2015, Americlerkships announced its partnership with Larkin Community Hospital, a teaching hospital in Miami, Florida, to provide subinternships to its international medical graduates (IMGs). The partnership gives IMGs who are Americlerkships members the opportunity to learn directly from top attending physicians and program directors, as well as participate in inpatient and outpatient patient care teams.
Larkin Community Hospital’s graduate medical education (GME) department provides structured medical residencies that grant opportunities for personal and professional development. The hospital maintains a strong commitment to providing exceptional medical care while fostering the growth of competent physicians who are skilled in their chosen specialty areas.
Furthermore, IMGs can pursue subinternships in more than 25 specialties, where they will learn key skills, such as conducting physical examinations, selecting appropriate diagnostic tests, and recommending medications and other therapies. After completing the program, participants can seek letters of recommendation to document their performance.