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Default Figuring out non teaching community hospitals!!!

Hey there,
Most programs do not directly mention that they are a non teaching community hospitals. How am i to hunt these programs?
I dont want to accidentally apply to universities again this time!!
Any advice/clues?
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If you don't mind me asking, why don't you want to apply to university programs?
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And my response would be that for most programs you can check FREIDA --> under the "General Information" tab there's a section that says "Program best described as" that would give you this info. If it's not there, I would recommend e-mailing the program.
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Freida usually will give you information about it, but in many cases like in NYC , almost ill of them have ties with Universities and it is hard to differentness, just do a quick google search, and you will find which ones are community hospitals

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