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Default Positions Available for Foreign Medical Graduates

Positions Available for Foreign Medical Graduates

Acquire Clinical Experience in the United States.

Obtain letters of recommendation from American physicians for your residency application.

Earn Money.

Possible Sponsorship for an H1B1 Visa or Green Card.

Gain exposure to working in the American system.

Work Part-time or Full-time.

American Women's Services is a private gynecological medical practice with 12 offices throughout the eastern United States. We provide family planning and abortion services. We presently have several opportunities for foreign medical graduates to work in our offices. We offer reasonable wages, a professional working environment, and the camaraderie of colleagues. This is an opportunity for a FMG to possibly be sponsored for an H1B1 Visa and then a Green Card, obtain helpful letters of recommendation for your residency, and learn how to set up a medical practice in America, all of this while also earning money, having fun, and studying for your exams.

We have already successfully employed 15 FMGs in these positions and we currently have several more P/T and F/T positions available. Because this is a Gyn practice, these positions are for FEMALES ONLY (sorry guys). Successful applicants must also speak English, be pro-choice, and be willing to participate in abortion care. Spanish is helpful but not necessary. To learn more about us you can check us out at our web site: www . americanwomensservices . com. If you are interested in obtaining one of these positions, then please send your your cover letter and resume to opmgr @ 4aps . org. We hope to hear from you.
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