Ross University School of Medicine Expands Clinical Rotations at Harbor Hospital Center in Baltimore


March 13, 2008 – (Edison, N.J.) – Ross University School of Medicine is pleased to announce it has added 11 new core internal medicine clinical rotation positions at Harbor Hospital Center in Baltimore, Maryland. The new rotations become effective July 1 and will bring to 15 the total number of spots Ross has at Harbor Hospital.

These positions are the latest in a series of new clinical rotations Ross University has announced in recent weeks. They follow the school’s addition of 60 new core clinical rotation spots in New York City at Bronx Lebanon Hospital and Caritas Health Care Planning’s Mary Immaculate and St. John’s Queens hospitals, as well as an expansion of its rotations in Ohio with the addition of Grant Hospital in Columbus. Ross currently has clinical rotations available at six hospitals in Maryland.

With over 5,000 opportunities available at nearly 70 teaching hospitals nationwide, Ross University offers more clinical rotation spots in the United States than any medical school in the world. In 2007, Ross had more than 1,300 students complete over 60,000 clinical weeks.

“We are pleased to continue to expand our presence at Harbor Hospital and are grateful for the continued confidence they have shown in Ross and our students,” said Dr. Joseph Chu, dean of clinical sciences at Ross University.

In addition to Harbor Hospital, Ross University also offers students the chance to complete their core clinical rotations at five additional Maryland hospitals that include Good Samaritan Hospital of Maryland in Baltimore, Holy Cross Hospital in Silver Spring, Prince George’s Hospital Center in Cheverly, Spring Grove Hospital Center in Catonsville, and St. Agnes Hospital in Baltimore.

About Ross University School of Medicine 
Ross University was founded in 1978 and is a provider of medical and veterinary education offering doctor of medicine and doctor of veterinary medicine degree programs.  The School of Medicine is located in Dominica, West Indies, and the School of Veterinary Medicine is in St. Kitts.

The first four semesters of pre-clinical training are taught in Dominica over a 16-month period.  Students complete their fifth semester, Advanced Introduction to Clinical Medicine, in either Miami, Florida or Saginaw, Michigan.  Semesters six through ten consist of core and elective clinical rotations in U.S. affiliated teaching hospitals.  Ross University graduates are eligible to practice medicine in all 50 U.S. states and 10 provinces of Canada upon successful completion of the requisite licensing examinations.

Ross University’s administrative offices are located in Edison, NJ.  For more information about Ross University, visit or call 732.978.5300.