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University of Texas Medical Branch Program: Emergency

Galveston, TX
Overall Rating 5
“I rotated here as a fourth year; it was one of my four EM rotations. Man. What can be said other than this really is heaven. The place truly has no ...” – Posted 04/03/17

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  • “I am a recent graduate of the MCW pediatric program and am currently a fellow at another large free-standing children's hospital. First, in the spirit of honesty, I will say that I didn't even know this forum existed until about 12 hours ago, when I heard through the small pediatric grapevine about the most recent program ...” – Posted 09/12/17
  • “This program used to be a nice program with good hours but I would advise with caution. The program has less residents than before and work hours have increased significantly. The residents overall are nice but are not social outside the hospital. My main issue is with the hospital itself as the hospital seems to be more ...” – Posted 09/11/17
  • “This program the least to say is dangerous. Teaching faculty are a few. Most of the faculty just come to work and leave, they have zero interest in teaching residents. The good cases go to CRNA and AA s. We the residents do the simple cases in the afternoon just to relieve the CRNA and AA s to go at 3 pm.
    Besides politics are ...” – Posted 09/09/17
  • “Residents protect the hierarchy instead to listen to suggestions. Don't respect the patients.” – Posted 07/31/17
  • “This is a great program. The faculty care about our education and about us as people. We get excellent operative experience - not just in numbers but in quality of experience. There are almost no fellows which means chief year is a real chief year.
    Schedule is 6a-6p. No pre-rounding and everyone shares in seeing patients ...” – Posted 07/22/17