California med students to spend year shadowing doctors
The Daily Triplicate, June 18, 2008
About 15 third-year medical students from Touro University College of Osteopathic Medicine in Vallejo, CA, will spend one year in North Coast clinics providing care to rural communities. The rural clinical rotations in Humboldt and Del Norte counties are new for the university, and give students opportunities to work at rural clinics as opposed to large, often hierarchical hospitals, say Touro University representatives.
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