U.S. MED SCHOOLS WOULD RATHER HOSPITALS SHUT DOWN THAN PAY FOR CLINICAL ROTATIONS SLOTS.
WELL, WHO NEEDS HOSPITALS ANYWAY?
If you hear them tell it, U.S. med schools don’t believe in paying for clinical rotations, and think that no one else should either—even if the hospital needs those funds to, you know, continue being a hospital. Foreign medical schools have long helped those hospitals keep their doors open by offering to pay for any available rotation slots.
Since it’s beneath them to pay a hospital for a clinical rotation, click here to request a donation from a U.S. medical school on behalf of a hospital. Let’s hope charity isn’t beneath them, too.