Most medical schools organize their training into two parts. Basic science training usually occurs during the first two years of medical school, when you learn about basic medical concepts, the structure and functions of the body, diseases, diagnoses, and treatment concepts. You’ll also learn the basics of doctoring, such as taking medical histories and other essential competencies. The last two years of medical school will involve clinical clerkships, during which time you will receive basic instruction and hands-on experience with patients in the major medical specialties.
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By Catharine Paddock PhD - from MedicalNewsToday.com
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I just wanted to thank you for helping me schedule all of my core rotations. MHC and Shelly, in particular, placed me in the best clinical rotations any medical student would hope to receive. As a Caribbean medical graduate, I was always worried about my clinical training and experience. I completed 5 core rotations with MHC and all of them were great. MHC helped me to get trained under top physicians who are graduates from name hospitals and schools in Chicago and in the country. Shelly was always very professional, organized and ready to work with me finding the best rotations that fit my schedule. She went above and beyond to help place me into OBGYN with a doctor whose schedule is always full. I am beyond grateful. Thank you.