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Choosing PA school

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That’s difficult to determine. I recommend researching each school, touring each school, and going to a info session. 

Something very important to consider is where you’ll be going for rotations. When at the info sessions, ask about rotation sites, how long is each rotation, and which specialities are mandatory for rotations. If a program doesn’t have options for sites then how will you learn? For example, what if for your Ob/Gyn rotation it is only in office? How will you learn hospital management of these patients?

just my 2 cents...

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