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American Clinical Experience

MEDICAL ROTATIONS, CLERKSHIPS, EXTERNSHIPS, ELECTIVES, AND Research IN THE UNITED STATES

Shape your
Future

  • ROTATIONS (Hands-On)

  • research opportunities

  • Teaching-Hospital letterhead LORS

We give International Medical Graduates (IMGs) and International Medical Students (IMSs) access to clinical training opportunities in the United States to gain experience and be in the position to earn teaching-hospital letters of recommendations based on performance. Our company's program, co-designed with IMGs, offers hands-on medical opportunities in collaboration with top doctors and hospitals. Hospital-letterhead LORS are the #1 priority to result in more residency interviews during Match season.

We value transparency -- we are a "student-friendly" company, priding ourselves on the overall quality of the programs and customer service. Please inquire for testimonials to see what this means.

Find out more about our organization, mission, methods, and the results of our assistance.

New remote research opportunities are available with preceptors affiliated at Yale-New Haven Hospital (Connecticut), NewYork-Presbyterian Queens Hospital (Queens, New York), and Cedars Sinai Medical Center (Los Angeles).

IMS/FMG
Guide

The journey you are on now to Match into Residency has a profound effect on your life and the lives of your children and family. We take this responsibility seriously and will do everything in our power to assist, help, and promote our clients, navigating them towards their future goals.

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ACE.MD founder visiting with trainees Judith, Elbia, and Wisam during an Internal Medicine rotation in New York City, August 2017


COST: Nearly All Rotations are $1,800 per 4 weeks

 

Housing options available in New York and Chicago: Average cost per private room: $800 per month

 

ACE.MD Preceptor describing one program:


ACE.MD Trainee Testimonial Video

YOU CAN DO IT

53.3% of IMGs Matched in 2017

6,591 out of 12,355 applications

The Match is a difficult process. We are here to provide support. Many of the trainees become more than "clients" -- by the end of working together they are considered friends.

 
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FMG Trainees Abrar and Bidour from Sudan, and Sharmil and Metlapalli from India, with Jon after discussing strategies for the Match in Harlem, New York

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