Frequently Asked Questions
Submit an application → with as much accurate information as possible. A team member will contact you once it has been received to proceed through the registration process.
All rotations are on a first come, first serve basis. Please submit an application at least 2 months prior to your expected start date. If the desired rotations are readily available, processing and confirmation may be done earlier.
The application itself does not require additional documents. Once your application has been received you will get an email with a registration packet with additional information and required documents that need to be completed in order to be placed into a rotation.
Each rotation is a minimum of 4 weeks. Additional time can be added within one specialty or other specialties based on preceptor availability.
The cost of the rotation may vary based on if you request inpatient only, outpatient only or a combination rotation, as well as the number of rotations requested. Please complete and submit an application for more information.
Yes, we do offer discounts if more than 1 rotation (4 weeks) is requested/confirmed.
A 25% withholding fee will be charged for any cancellations once a rotation has been confirmed.
We do not offer Telerotations. All of our rotations require that the student be present in person for the full experience.
Yes, for Medical Graduates Only. It is the responsibility of the student to obtain the visa and we will provide a letter, for an additional fee, stating the duration, location of the rotation and name of the doctor you will be working with.
No. We do expect keen interest in learning during your stay in the rotation.
Yes. Anyone is eligible, who has legal documents to stay in USA, is allowed irrespective of what stage of your journey you are in.
Doctor information is not released prior to completion of the application, registration and payment of all fees. Once these have been confirmed, a team member will inform you of the doctor name and location of the rotation.
It depends upon the supervising doctor. May be both or just one.
All rotations, regardless of specialty, are located within a 5-10 mile radius of HMC headquarters (Sugar Land, TX).
We do not place students in a housing facility, but can offer suggestions for local motels and other forms of accommodation depending upon the duration of your rotation. This information is provided during the registration process. All travel, lodging and living costs are the responsibility of the student.
It depends upon the supervising doctor, however many rotations we offer are given on hospital letterhead. Please refer to services → for more information.
The LOR is at the discretion of the doctor you work with and the effort you put forth.
It will be dependent upon the specialty and the doctor’s specific schedule.
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