M.D. Clinical Opportunities

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Admit Weekend overview of clinical opportunities, Stanford University Medical School M.D. Program 2010.

Admit Weekend overview of clinical opportunities, Stanford University Medical School M.D. Program 2010.

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  • 1. Clinical Experience@Stanford
    Office of Student Services
    Stanford University School of Medicine
    2010 - 2011
  • 2. Patient Care Opportunities
  • 3. Diverse Patient Care Settings
    • Ranked 15th top hospital by U.S. News & World Report
    • 4. Medi-Cal/Medicare
    • 5. Over 42,000 ER visits annually
    • 6. Public county hospital
    • 7. 576 Beds
    • 8. Medi-CalMedicare
    • 9. Ability to Pay Program
    • 10. 900 beds
    • 11. 100 bed homeless domiciliary
    • 12. 85,000 veterans enrolled
    • 13. HMO
    • 14. 327 bed acute care
    • 15. 289,000 members
  • Major Medical Facilities
    Kaiser Santa Clara
    Santa Clara
    Valley Medical Center
    Stanford University Hospital
    Arbor & Pacific Free Clinics
    Lucille Packard Children’s Hospital
    VA Hospital
  • 16. The Patient Care Experience
    “I could access anyone from whom I wanted to learn something.”
    “You feel well prepared to participate and handle patients of all types.”
    “I felt very active in patient care, especially underserved patients”
    “The clinical rotations in 15 months provided me a lot of flexibility”
    “I felt I got all the support I needed to excel.”
    “[Stanford’s] curriculum develops your mastery of patient care skills and transitions you quickly into actual care.”
    “There was a lot of variety: from breakthrough drugs for leukemia to seeing the uninsured”
    Michael Galvez, Medical Student
  • 17. Questions?
    Contact us at:
    • http://med.stanford.edu/md/
    • 18. 1-650-723-6861
    • 19. mdadmissions@stanford.edu