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Physician Refresher/Re-entry Program For Medical Graduates Seeking Residency

Many participants in our Physician Refresher/Re-entry courses come seeking placement in a residency program. While participation in our program does not guarantee residency, we offer observership and preceptorship courses including shadowing, to prepare medical graduates for residency. We have been successful in helping many participants achieve their goals.

The Structured Preceptorship course, in particular, helps prepare physicians for residency programs through participation in inpatient and outpatient rounds, shadowing opportunities, and core conferences and lectures about integrative, high-quality medical care in the United States.

At the end of the Structured Preceptorship course, we write a final letter stating your accomplishments. We ask for feedback from the various faculty members you have worked with and include their thoughts in this final letter. Often, trainees taking our course have this letter sent to the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS).

Courses for Medical Graduates Seeking Residency

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   The Drexel program, while intensive and demanding, provided a soft landing spot for me to start my journey back to clinical practice. I gained confidence in my ability to teach my peers through the oral presentations that I gave.   
David Bourland Jolly, MD - 2021
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