- In addition to 3rd and 4th year students from UNC-Chapel Hill who are present throughout the academic year, LCME students from other North Carolina medical schools rotate through the Internal Medicine Program after satisfying administrative arrangements made with the ORPCE office located at the SEAHEC. Housing is provided.
- LCME and DO students from medical schools outside North Carolina apply directly to the Department of Internal Medicine at the SEAHEC for clerkship experiences.
- Out-of-state, but within the continental US, LCME and DO students must complete a standardized form sent electronically from the Departmental office. This form requires completion by the student’s medical school, along with the school seal.
- All off-shore students must apply through UNC-Chapel Hill School of Medicine for rotations at New Hanover Regional Medical Center
- Housing is not provided for out-of-state students, but a partial list of available housing can be obtained upon request and arrangements can usually be easily achieved.
- All out-of-state student rotations must be approved by the Assistant Program Director after the form has been completed and received by the Internal Medicine office.
- All student rotations are normally for a period of 4 weeks.
- Evaluations and other pertinent records on each student’s rotation are maintained in the Department of Internal Medicine by the Student Coordinator and copies are forwarded to the student’s medical school clerkship director.
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