“I ended up ranking this program very highly, and would recommend the same to anybody who wants to learn high-quality, broad-based clinical dermatology. Not ...” – Posted 07/21/02
-Good clinical exposure to a variety of pathologies from all over. Probably more zebras than bread and butter
-Hospitalist faculty are excellent teachers, very invested in residents
-Good subspecialty availability and teaching from these services
-Program director isn't flexible and often appears ...” – Posted 08/10/18
“The two hospitals each has its own patient demographic and culture, and so completing a residency here allows you to become adept at handling both kinds patient populations. However, the program itself feels rather exploitative and lacking in compassion for its own residents. Moreover, a lot of time is spent chasing down ...” – Posted 08/04/18
“Spent some time as a medstudent there. Toxic residents, nice staff. Overall found that favor some people and throw others under the bus.” – Posted 07/30/18
“Program looks good on paper, with adequate access to rotation sites and pts.
One big problem is the VA rotation site at the North Chicago VA/FHCC. Call is taken at this VA, which is hounded by political drama between attendings and the huge goverment bureaucracy.
VA attendings also generally refuse to work without having ...” – Posted 07/05/18
“Emory prepares you well for private practice straight out of residency or for a fellowship. They have fellowships in Child and Adolescent, Consult/Liason, Geriatrics, Addiction, and Forensics, and generally 3-4 residents fast tracks into child/adolescent fellowship. This program is a bit work heavy compared to other programs ...” – Posted 07/03/18