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hi guys.......... i heard there is application for community hospitals and primary care ....... anyone tells us how to apply for those?.....are there any list of IMG friendly ones?

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hi guys.......... i heard there is application for community hospitals and primary care ....... anyone tells us how to apply for those?.....are there any list of IMG friendly ones?

You will find information in FREIDA online about which programs are community based and primary care. In the faculty and trainees tab, you will also find information about %IMGs. You can also get an idea of how IMG friendly a program is by looking at the current residents section of each program's website. There are many lists of IMG friendly places if you google them, but they are not updated. It would be best to research FREIDA online and select programs that meet your requirements.
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saxo,,,, thanks alot.. u always have the solution !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!111
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