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Clinical Clerkship

Founded in 2011, NYCSPREP program was born out of the desire to reach out to foreign medical students and graduates to create a platform to deliver equal educational experiences and opportunities to all medical students.

The NYCSPREP Clinical Program is hands-on clinical experience that help medical students learn about the American Health Care system.

NYCSPREP ensures educational training delivered will be within teaching hospitals.
NYCSPREP currently has 6 main hospitals in New Jersey and New York that participate with our program. We are currently in the process of bringing several more hospital into the program. Each of these hospitals has either an ACGME or AOA affiliated residency program(s). Students are randomly assigned to any of these hospitals based on student and preceptor schedule and hospital policies.

NYCSPREP has successfully matriculated over 200 students through our network of hospitals. Students, who complete their rotations with NYCSPREP, gain the necessary skills to be highly competitive during the residency match. 

All core rotations and electives are available. Please call us at 1.212.678. 5900 or email us at contact or use the form below for more details regarding cost and availablity. 

VISA     Any valid VISA is acceptable
COST   $2,100 Including Malpractice Insurance. $1,900 without Insurance. 
LOR      Depends on your performances, based on the core competencies.
              You will have to request your Attending for the LOR. 
ACCOMODATION  You will have to get your own acomodations. 

LOR will be strictly based on the strength of individual performances and will be assessed by the preceptor based on the 6 Core Competencies.

1. Patient Care

  • Provide patient care that is:
    • Compassionate
    • Appropriate
    • Effective for the treatment of health problems
    • Effective for the promotion of health

2. Medical Knowledge

  • Demonstrates knowledge about:
    • Established and evolving biomedical, clinical, and cognate sciences
    • Application of this knowledge to patient care

3. Practice-Based Learning and Improvement

  • Investigates and evaluates patient care practices
  • Appraises and assimilates scientific evidence
  • Improves their patient care practices

4. Interpersonal and Communication Skills

  • Demonstrate interpersonal and communication skills that results in effective information exchange and teaming with:
    • Patients
    • Patients’ families
    • Professional associates

5. Professionalism

  • Demonstrates a commitment in:
    • Carrying out professional responsibilities,
    • Adherence to ethical principles, and
    • Sensitivity to a diverse patient population.

6. Systems-Based Practice

  • Demonstrates an awareness of and responsiveness to the larger context and system of health care
  • Ability to effectively call on system resources to provide care that is of optimal value

           Complete the form below, and we will email you details of availability,    costs, hospitals etc