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Surgical Assistant - surgerydoc01
#1
Hi,

Does anybody know whether the US Hospitals acknowledge the ABSA or NSSA Certificate for Surgical PA's.
Both the associations allow IMG's trained as Surgeons in their country, to take the Certificate test.

Anybody.

Thanks.
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#2
I think they do. but make sure by calling some hospital human resourse.
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#3
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#4
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A Realistic Means of Getting a Residency (38,000 views)

http://imgusmleandresidency.blogspot.com/



RATINGS of all USMLE courses and also FIND OUT ABOUT A UNIQUE 100% Guaranteed-ONLINE USMLE Course THAT IS ‘Reinventing the way that we teach traditional medical education…as we explore and conquer, using new cutting-edge, high-technology learning frontiers of didactic delivery*.. ‘

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Obama Care and Residency Positions- AAMC and USPHS Publications

Old graduates: A realistic -logical approach towards enhancing your application, using USMLE Step 3 upgrades, USCE (Paid Surgical assistantships via scholarships or unpaid University externships), efficient residency search (programs with no USMLE related cut-offs or Grad date cut-offs and even with no USCE needed) and high-priority high quality samples of LORS /Personal statements

Other categories: Caribbean graduates and working mothers receive special advice to conquer the USMLE steps and achieve the network needed for residency…

*USMLEs: See above. More about the convenient course that is ‘Reinventing the way that we that teach traditional medical education…’

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