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Physician ID:

118

Price:
$2,495

Hours:

Monday - Wednesday 9 AM to 6 PM; Friday 9 AM to 3 PM (Thursday off)

Hours have been provided by the preceptor. Hours are subject to change at the preceptor’s discretion, but the minimum total hours will remain approximately the same.

Location: New York

This outpatient US clinical experience will take place outside of New York City (Long Island).

Outpatient US Clinical Experience in Internal Medicine

What you will do:

This is an outpatient experience during which you will be under the supervision of a well regarded physician educator who is board certified in Internal Medicine. As an Assistant Professor of Medicine at the Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell, the doctor has been actively involved in the education of first- and second-year medical students. The preceptor enjoys teaching learners how to take complete/focused histories and exams, develop differential diagnoses, formulate treatment plans, and present cases. The doctor holds staff appointments at North Shore University Hospital, Long Island Jewish Medical Center, and St. Francis Hospital.


After a few days of observation, you will take on an increasing role in patient encounters and learn the following under the preceptor’s supervision:


  • Taking patient histories.

  • Performing physical exams under the physician's supervision.

  • Accessing or using the EMR.

  • Have opportunities to research the literature to answer clinical questions at the point of care.

  • May have opportunities to deliver talks or presentations about medical topics.

  • Spend time with other healthcare professionals to understand their roles and responsibilities.

Who should consider this rotation:

International medical graduates (IMGs) and students seeking US clinical experience in Internal Medicine; IMGs seeking careers in family medicine or internal medicine.

How to obtain a letter of recommendation:

The rotator should ask the preceptor for a LOR near the conclusion of the rotation. Dr. Desai has provided the physician with guidelines about best practices in letter writing that meet residency program requirements. In some cases, the preceptor may ask the rotator to write a letter of recommendation draft.

During the rotation:

Our team will be checking in periodically with you to ensure that you are having an optimal experience. We encourage you to contact us if you have any questions during the rotation.

Testimonials

Well loved, respected and recommended by his patients. Thorough with ensuring all age-appropriate investigations are done. Accessible and accommodating.

-JP

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