Founded by Dr. Pedram Mizani, AmeriClerkships Medical Society, based in Irvine Park, California, assists international medical students and graduates in securing residency assignments for United States medical students and graduates, placing them in prestigious training partnerships with master physicians. Since 2010, AmeriClerkships Medical Society has positively made more than 700 residency matches – placing more than 200 into first-year residency programs.
Of the many admired medical residency programs that exist throughout the United States, the Stanford Internal Medicine Residency Training Program is one of them. Through this program, as shared on the institution’s website, students receive top-notch guidance and training from highly-experienced, exalted medical faculty; training for their field within a range of clinical experiences throughout three different hospitals; are exposed to leading research and fellowship opportunities; and find placement in a host of respected positions upon completion.
The training sites of Stanford Medicine include Stanford University Hospital, Palo Alto VA Medical Center, and Santa Clara Valley Medical. Stanford University Hospital holds 613 beds, treats patients from the community, often caring for underserved populations, and accepts referrals for treatments of unusual and challenging illnesses. The Palo Alto VA Medical Center is the premier veteran affairs medical center in the United States boasting the ultramodern Intermediate Intensive Care Unit to handle critical cases. Santa Clara Valley Medical is the main county hospital for the county of Santa Clara providing service to underserved populations.