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  1. Dru said:

    Harbor Hospital Center, Baltimore

    Alpathmd wrote:

    IM: Harbor, Baltimore, MD: Excellent wrt teaching. The PD involves the students and encourages student participation. Many top-scoring FMGs make this rotation great for learning medicine. Not much hands on (i.e. blood draws, IV lines) but you do get to learn clinical medicine. One of the best IM clinical sites that Ross has. Call Q4. Many lunchtime drug-rep lunches.
    Last edited by Dru; 08-10-2005 at 05:41 AM.
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  2. Brainy said:

    any more experience at Harbour

    Any one rotated their recently?
    Any experience?
     
  3. alpathmd said:

    look elsewhere

    Quote Originally Posted by Brainy
    Any one rotated their recently?
    Any experience?
    Keep in mind that there are only 2-3 Ross students that rotate for the IM core rotation every 12 weeks. There are alsol other students from St. Chris, SABA, and Spartan.

    Good luck,
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  4. Brainy said:
    Please suggest good housing near the hospital.
     
  5. maybatch2000 said:
    I have done IM and cardiology at harbor. It was a good rotation with lot of learning. Call was Q4 for us as well. Most of the students lived near the john hopkins area. A few got apartments in glenn burnie and catonsville.
     
  6. AxlFoley said:

    electives

    has anyone done any elective here?
     
  7. cdnzed said:

    Recent?

    Anyone with recent experience here? I'll be starting IM here shortly, so I was just curious about how things are now.
    What are the hours like? Typical day? Weekends?



    Quote Originally Posted by Dru View Post
    Alpathmd wrote:

    IM: Harbor, Baltimore, MD: Excellent wrt teaching. The PD involves the students and encourages student participation. Many top-scoring FMGs make this rotation great for learning medicine. Not much hands on (i.e. blood draws, IV lines) but you do get to learn clinical medicine. One of the best IM clinical sites that Ross has. Call Q4. Many lunchtime drug-rep lunches.
     
  8. Doct51 said:
    Fully furnished Room in Townhouse in Maryland, a deal you can't pass up!
    My brother is a Ross University medical student, and I know how hard it is traveling to different parts of the country to complete your rotations. I am located in North Beach Maryland (Calvert County), a 45 min drive to Baltimore or DC and only minutes away from Prince George Hospital and Annapolis. My brother lived with me for 6 weeks when he rotated at St. Elizabeth's in DC.

    I have a 3 bedroom, 3.5 bath townhouse that is located a half mile from the beach. I am extremely flexible regarding short term renting and will pro-rate your stay if needed. I will require a security deposit that you will get back. You will have access to the entire house except my room in the basement.

    Rent is $600 and includes everything. There are two bedrooms located on the second floor. You will have the larger bedroom that has a private bathroom, the other bedroom is a spare bedroom that I will NOT be renting out. Your room has a full size bed, desk with chair, dresser, and a 32 inch television. What your rent includes:

    All Utilities (yes, everything, AC included as well b/c it's central air)
    Wireless Internet
    Cable TV (with HBO and Showtime)
    Washer and Dryer
    Townhouse has Dishwasher, Microwave, Electric Grill on back patio
    Phone with Unlimited Long Distance anywhere in the United States
    And a parking space
    Living room has a 42inch plasma tv with a leather couch that has two recliners in it.

    As for me, I am a State Trooper and work on a rotating schedule so I am always working. As for you, you MUST BE CLEAN, Trustworthy, and pick up after yourself, i.e. don't leave dishes in the sink or pots on the stove with food in it, and when you move out leave a clean bathroom). The community I live in is quiet and the place is perfect for studying. If your interested please email me at [email protected] , also I can email you pictures if you'd like to see the place.
     
  9. cdnzed said:

    Housing

    Does anyone have any housing recommendations near Harbor Hospital? If so, please post or PM me.
     
  10. mpd210 said:

    Question

    How do sub-i's get graded at harbor hospital?
    what are they required to do? write ups/exams/etc?
    "No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted."
     
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