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CLINICALS: RUSM Offers United Kingdom-New Jersey Clinical Track

November 03, 2015

Ross University School of Medicine is excited to announce the new United Kingdom and New Jersey track program, dubbed the UKNJ Track. Students will spend 24 straight weeks each in the United Kingdom and in New Jersey hospitals. Students will complete surgery, pediatrics and OB/GYN clinical rotations at Queen’s Hospital in Romford, just outside of London. Students will also complete family medicine clinical rotations at Hoboken University Medical Center, Internal Medicine at Raritan Bay Medical Center, and Psychiatry at Bergen Regional Medical Center.

  • Queen’s Hospital in Romford is actively involved as a major teaching hospital sponsoring educational programs in surgery, pediatrics, and OB/GYN.
  • Hoboken University Medical Center is actively involved as a major teaching hospital sponsoring Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME)-approved programs in family medicine.
  • Raritan Bay Medical Center is actively involved as a major teaching hospital sponsoring Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME)-approved programs in internal medicine.
  • Bergen Regional Medical Center is actively involved as a major teaching hospital sponsoring Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME)-approved programs in psychiatry.
  • Due to reciprocity of medical school quality, teaching, etc., UK cores are considered equivalent to USA ACGME-accredited rotations (although not technically “Greenbook”). Therefore, students who complete some or all their cores in the UK are eligible for licensure in the USA. 

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