Israel: Ben Gurion University
Clinical Rotation Description: Clinical rotation sites that have been utilized (to date) in Israel have included: Yoseftal Hospital (at approximately 65 beds) is located in Eilat which is on Israel’s Southern tip. The hospital serves mostly the populations in/around the Negev and tourists. It is also the only medical center in a three hour radius (given its geographic location in the lower half of Israel). Modeled after Western medicine. Though small, the emergency room at the hospital treats more than 50,000 patients each year. Full spectrum of hospital services are offered.
Oman: Sultan Qaboos University
Sultan Qaboos University Hospital, in partnership with the College of Medicine and Health Sciences, strives to assume a strong leadership role in academic excellence and maintain reputation as a Premier Referral Health Center. It is an educational as well as medical institution, performing five main functions teaching medical students, undergraduates and postgraduate medical training, research and providing tertiary medical care. The Hospital is located within the campus of the Sultan Qaboos University and has 600 beds capacity. Participants in the training program will broaden their practical and clinical experience by observing patients with different medical problems. Clinical rotations can be arranged in any of the following specialties: Medicine and subspecialties, Child Health and subspecialties, Family Medicine & Public Health, Surgery and subspecialties, Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Anaesthesia, Clinical Biochemistry, Emergency Medicine, Human & Clinical Anatomy, Clinical & Biomedical Physics, Epidemiology & Medical Statistics, Haematology, Microbiology & Immunology, Ophthalmology, Oral Health, Pathology, Pharmacology & Clinical Pharmacy, Clinical Physiology and Radiology.
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NOTE: The following UK AR applies to any student who is approved/selected to participate in this international opportunity/program: Administrative Regulation 4:9