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Anyone interviewed at Prince George Hospital center, MD ? Please share the experience. Thanks
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The Interview consists of 2 sessions-2 people in each session.One has the PD.The other the associate PD.Expect medical questions with the PD. You will be asked to present a case and questions will then be asked about what you presented-the questions are likely to be about management.The associate PD interview -well it may vary-no medical questions. Likely to be something from your CV and questions regarding research.
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Full of crap.
That's the only hospital i won't be ranking. The PD was great, but the other guy who interviewed me was a jackass i told the PD about him, and he apologized. The hospital itself if a mess. I could smell urine in the ICU. Felt like i was in Africa or something..
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Hey guys,

I have an interview there soon, do you know if there is any in house fellowships at that program? I couldnt find any info about that anywhere.
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I have an interview there soon, do you know if there is any in house fellowships at that program? I couldnt find any info about that anywhere.
there are no in-house fellowships.
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That's the only hospital i won't be ranking. The PD was great, but the other guy who interviewed me was a jackass i told the PD about him, and he apologized. The hospital itself if a mess. I could smell urine in the ICU. Felt like i was in Africa or something..
and you would know about Africa because
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and you would know about Africa because
the idea behind using this analogy is to convey the impression that its a primitive hospital (from a hygienic stand point). Used 'Africa' as an example because its a primitive country and we have all seen its hospitals on channels like NatGeo and Discovery. Just for the record, if u r an African, i wasn't being sarcastic or offensive, so no need 2 stretch this issue It was just an analogy
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the idea behind using this analogy is to convey the impression that its a primitive hospital (from a hygienic stand point). Used 'Africa' as an example because its a primitive country and we have all seen its hospitals on channels like NatGeo and Discovery. Just for the record, if u r an African, i wasn't being sarcastic or offensive, so no need 2 stretch this issue It was just an analogy
I thought you were African, or did some elective there. but I understand I am happy your relaxed and enjoying the ranking days.
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