Residents Medical was established in Los Angeles, California, more than two decades ago to help American and international medical graduates secure residencies. These services have become increasingly vital in recent years as America’s residency bottleneck continues to tighten. Residents Medical provides a number of unique pathways to residency opportunities.
The 48-Weeks Full Rotation Program, for example, has been designed to help international medical graduates and foreign medical graduates familiarize themselves with and integrate into the health system in the United States. As international and foreign medical graduates are required to gain medical experience in the United States prior to being considered for residency at an American institution, the full-rotation program is an invaluable resource.
Residents Medical’s extensive network of universities and hospitals allows residency candidates to find the ideal fit, taking into account a medical graduate’s area of focus and the requirements listed by the specific program they are interested in. Furthermore, the organization’s Residency Dream Team can provide assistance in finding programs that not only meet a candidate’s professional and academic needs, but their financial and geographical situations as well.
For more information about the 48-Weeks Full Rotation Program and additional pathways to residency and accreditation can be found online at http://www.residentsmedical.com.
Residents Medical has provided a range of medical residency preparation, education, placement, and consulting services since the organization’s founding in 1993. Regarding residency preparatory services, Residents Medical (RM) helps graduates prepare for interviews, while also reviewing their CV and Personal Statement (PS).
Presentation is a key element of an effective CV for medical graduates seeking residency opportunities. An effective CV must not only provide immediate, accurate insight into a potential resident’s achievements and experience, but function as a strong first impression about the individual’s organizational and communication skills. In fact, the quality and content of a resident’s CV can be a determining factor at the highest levels of residency competition, particularly when it comes to foreign medical graduates (FMG) and international medical graduates (IMG) who face increased competition.
In addition to the many technical aspects of a properly composed CV, medical graduates must learn to craft a unique, yet concise Personal Statement (PS) that stands apart from the countless CV’s residency boards review every year. CV and PS services offered by RM include unlimited revisions, comprehensive review and editing support for a graduate’s most up to date CV. A more thorough overview of CV services can be found online at www.residentsmedical.com.
For over two decades, Residents Medical has been a leader in assisting both US and international medical school students obtain residency positions. Residents Medical assists these students in navigating the competitive application process and determining how to begin their residency journey.
Students who graduate from medical school outside of the United States find themselves at a disadvantage, because they cannot practice medicine in the US without participating in a three- to seven-year residency program. Over the past 10 years, the competition for top residency spots has become more fierce, with some 6,000 applicants finding themselves without a program every year.
While major medical schools have in-house programs to help their graduates land residency positions, smaller medical schools and institutions outside of the United States often find themselves at the bottom of the pecking order. Residents Medical uses its expertise and connections to open doors for graduates of these schools who are having trouble securing residencies. To learn more, visit residentsmedical.com.
For more than two decades, Residents Medical in Los Angeles has provided graduate medical students with a range of academic services, including placement assistance into a medical residency program. Residents Medical also provides extensive preparatory services, including United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) tutoring.
Residents Medical tutoring services allow tutors to effectively assess students’ study habits to determine their strengths and areas of need. Each tutor has scored highly on all three exam sections and has graduated from a top-tier medical school, both in the US and abroad.
Additional aspects of USMLE tutoring include a free assessment and a schedule that conforms to the student’s availability. One-on-one tutoring sessions can be provided over a variety of popular video interfaces. To learn more about tutoring services, including pricing and further academic support, visit residentsmedical.com.
Other educational services offered by Residents Medical include opportunities for 48-week rotations, externships across an array of specialties, and research fellowships.