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I could really use some leads or tips for setting up a rotation on the islands.

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My name is Alexandra I am a 1st year PA student in my second semester at Barry University in Florida. It has always been an aspiration of mine to move to Hawaii and build a life there. I was hoping to get some advice on who to contact for available rotations for PA students. 

Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you! 
 
 

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This forum doesn't seem to have much traffic. Have you tried reaching out to PAs or MDs at any of the hospitals or health systems on whichever island you are looking to work at? Kaiser Permanente has clinics on at least the main island I know; that might be a place to start.

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