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Visiting Medical Student Rotations

The Jefferson Department of Rehabilitation Medicine welcomes medical students who wish to have the opportunity to learn more about the specialty. Visiting students may enroll in REHAB 401 and will receive a wide breadth of exposure to the field in the inpatient and outpatient setting. This is a four-week rotation that is available in conjunction with the Sidney Kimmel Medical College schedule. We are unable to make exceptions to this schedule and unable to offer 2 week rotations. Please be aware that a visiting student rotation is not a requirement in order to apply to our residency program and all interested applicants are encouraged to apply through ERAS.

Students must have completed their core clerkships and have final year status at their respective medical school. Visiting students are accepted for the following four 4-week rotation blocks in 2 applications cycles.

  • September 2017 through February 2018 – Application Deadline May 12, 2017
    • 9/5 - 9/29
    • 10/2 - 10/27
    • 10/30 - 11/24
    • 11/27 - 12/22
    • 1/8 - 2/2
    • 2/5 - 3/2
  • March 2018 – June 2018 – Application Deadline November 10, 2018
    • 3/5 - 3/30
    • 4/2 - 4/27
    • 4/30 - 5/25
    • 5/29 - 6/22

Applying for the Visiting Medical Student Rotation

Acceptances are announced via email approximately 2 weeks after the deadline. After you are accepted, you will be required to complete the SKMC registrar application process which includes:

  • Home medical school certification
  • Immunization history documentation

Failure to complete this process and/or failure to obtain SKMC Register Approval will result in the cancellation of your visiting rotation.

Steven R. Williams, MD

Steven R. Williams, MD
Chair, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine

Nethra S. Ankam, MD

Nethra S. Ankam, MD
Director: PM&R Medical Student Education
 


Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Patricia Williams
Education Coordinator
25 S. Ninth Street
Philadelphia, PA, 19107
(215) 955-6585

Michael Mallow, MD
Program Director, PM&R Residency

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