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What are hands-on clinical experience and how to get them?
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Dear Dinesh,

Chicago Clerkships would be delighted to help you with your clinical experience.

We offer a variety of specialties and sub-specialties and all of our rotations are a minimum of 4-weeks in length and provide hands-on clinical experience with preceptors who have matched and completed residency programs and are US board certified in their specialty area(s).

Your clinical rotation includes the following complimentary services:
• One performance-based LOR per 4-week rotation.
• Access to our exclusive homestay housing network.
• Consultation and guidance on a variety of topics, from SIM cards to match application planning
• CV review and editing, formatted for your ERAS application, with instructional webinar (2 drafts)
• Personal statement review and editing, with instructional webinar (2 drafts)
• Resources for becoming HIPAA certified, and other certifications that build your application profile
• Medical malpractice insurance that covers you during the duration of your rotations with us.
• Webinars, live workshops and other activities, depending on the season
• Friendly, accessible staff

You can find all this information and more, including our free online application, at www.chicagoclerkships.com, and you can contact us through our website for more details.

All the best,

Lori Ramos Winther
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