International exposure in the field of medicine has been a distant dream for many medical professionals, however, the situation is fast changing and many professionals as well graduates look forward to study in USA. Practicing in USA has requirement of qualifying through the USMLE examination. Quexst Healthcare assists students to understanding the USMLE requirements and gain the required exposure through the clinical rotations. The clinical rotations help the graduates who only look forward to getting international experience. Quexst Healthcare has a strong relationship with a partner in USA, AMOpportunities.
AMOpportunities connects healthcare students globally to U.S. clinical training experiences. The worldwide shortages in healthcare necessitate a model for learning, training, and working anywhere. AMOpportunities has hosted more than 2,700 international medical students and graduates in 200-plus clinical sites across the country. AMOpportunities grows every year, forming partnerships with academic institutions globally and connecting them to our partnered hospitals. We are paving the way for the future of healthcare education, breaking down not just borders but the traditional model of clinical education.
Our platform provides students and graduates on-demand clinical experiences with concierge services such as visa and housing support. The student will receive an invitation letter from us , which enables him/her to process the VISA. Our concierge service providers will assist in other logistics facilitation to make travel and stay arrangements. This helps for easy and comfortable stay at reasonable cost.
AMO fees does not include stay, local & international travel fares, VISA, Food etc.
How to apply:
The process to apply is fully automated through AMO portal. The steps to be followed are as follows:
As the undergraduates and graduate students have not cleared the USMLE examination, the USA clinical rotations are Observerships. On meeting the requirements of the rotation, the student gets a ‘Letter of Recommendation’ from the teaching hospital. The undergraduates of 3rd and 4th in Medical school can choose the rotation in the category of Hands-on. The student must read and understand the definition and scope of Hands-on.