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Hospital Day brings rotation, internship, and residency options to the Kirksville, Missouri, campus

October 12, 2018
Posted In: KCOM, Missouri Campus

On Sept. 13, Clinical Affairs hosted Hospital Day in the Thompson Campus Center on the Kirksville, Missouri, campus.

The day provided students with the opportunity to visit with representatives from hospitals that offer student rotations, internships, and residencies. Hospitals came from around the country to introduce their student and postgraduate programs.

“Hospital Day gives our student the opportunity to familiarize themselves with rotation and residency opportunities, and it is the first step of figuring out the direction they want to go as a professional,” says Adam Moore, DHA, ’16, director, clinical business office. “It also gives the rotation and residency sites opportunities to become familiar with the medical students.”

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