Online Applications
For Students
For Preceptors

Address

51 Seven Hills Blvd
Suite 102
Dallas, Georgia 30132

Phone
(678) 574-3000

Online
Contact Us

Program

The PROGRAM consists of four components integrated to give the student a comprehensive clinical medical education.  The program is designed to (1) provide valuable hands-on clinical experience, (2) increase exposure to various medical specialties and sub-specialties, (3) enhance the residency application of each participant, and (4) satisfy clinical clerkship requirements for state medical licensure.

Component 1 - Clinical Rotations

This component is modeled after the clinical education program completed by U.S medical students. At the beginning of the PROGRAM, each student is given a schedule of their rotations. Rotations are scheduled in six week blocks and all students change rotations at the same time. At the completion of the PROGRAM, each student has completed core clinical clerkships that meet the requirements for licensure in 48 of the Federation of State Medical Boards (FSMB) for the United States.

Rotation* # of 6 week blocks Total # of weeks
Internal Medicine
2
12 weeks
Surgery
2
12 weeks
Family Medicine
1
6 weeks
Pediatrics
1
6 weeks
Ob/Gyn
1
6 weeks
Psychiatry
1
6 weeks
*Rotations subject to availability.

Part 2 - Preparation for completion of USMLE

There is an emphasis placed on taking and passing the USMLE Step 2CS and 2CK exams throughout the entire PROGRAM. There are practice exams and review materials available to all students to help prepare for their exam.

Part 3 - Residency Application

All students are given the opportunity for individualized attention for completion and submission of their residency application. Students have resources available that will help with interview strategies and writing an effective personal statement.  Letters of recommendation are available from the MEP teaching staff and assistance is provided for the critical 48 hour “scramble” period.