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The Annual Best of Irvine Awards

Operating under the motto “We Make Doctors,” the physician-managed medical society AmeriClerkships is dedicated to helping international medical school students and recent graduates compete with their counterparts from the United States by building the necessary experience to secure a quality residency. Over the years, AmeriClerkships and its management team have received a number of honors, including a 2013 Best of Irvine Award in the Medical Groups category.

The Best of Irvine Awards are governed by the Irvine Award Program, an initiative with a guiding mission to recognize exceptional businesses in Irvine, California, and to celebrate the contributions that they make to the regional economy. The Irvine Award Program divides local companies into distinct categories, ranging from Medical Groups to E-Commerce Services. It then uses information that it gathers itself, as well as data from independent third parties, to analyze, critique, and evaluate each contender.

Emphasizing quality over quantity, the Irvine Award Program looks for companies that enhance the positive image of small businesses by providing outstanding service to both their customers and the community at large. In short, the Irvine Award Program chooses Best of Irvine Award winners that help make the Irvine area a “great place to live, work, and play.”


AmeriClerkships Medical Society Wins the 2013 Best of Irvine Award

Based in Irvine, California, AmeriClerkships Medical Society helps to place worldwide medical students/graduates into top medical facilities globally. AmeriClerkships aids current students in helping them through their respective college to make sure all graduation requirements. In 2013, AmeriClerkships received the 2013 Best of Irvine Award in the medical groups division.

Every year, the Irvine Award Program recognizes companies that have enhanced the city’s reputation through exceptional customer service for their customers and community. The Irvine Award Program chooses its recipients based on its own research as well as information provided by third parties.

The Irvine Award Program identifies businesses community leaders in local industries such as marketing, technology, and in the medical field. Types of organizations such as professional associations, small businesses, and marketing groups are considered, with the goal of according recognition to those who make a positive impact to the overall economy of Irvine. Other past recipients of the Irvine Award include the UC Irvine Arboretum, Vroozi, and Ephesoft.

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