The Medical Student Rotation Program at Kendall Medical Center provides students with educational and clinical training in numerous areas of medicine and surgery. The program was developed to provide excellent educational orientation in clinical environments as a means to develop general knowledge in areas of patient diagnosis and management. Students will receive basic medical knowledge in diverse clinical areas. Students will have direct contact with attending faculty and be able to work with residents in the care of patients, providing an excellent orientation to post-doctoral training at Kendall Regional Medical Center.
Kendall Regional Medical Center currently accepts third year medical students from their affiliated medical schools. We are currently affiliated with Florida International University (FIU) and Nova Southeastern University (NSU). FIU and NSU third year medical students must coordinate rotations with their school's academic advisors. Please do not contact Kendall Regional Medical Center GME office seeking a rotation.
Fourth year medical students may contact the Graduate Medical Education (GME) office to seek informaiton about potentail elective rotations. We do not accept observerships and/or shadowing. Please check the website to see if we have expanded our rotation list.
Orientation will be provided to all Medical Students on the first day of their rotation to acquaint him/her with hospital routines. Medical students are requested to report to the Graduate Medical Education Office, Kendall Medical Plaza Building, Suite 116 at 8:00am on the first day of their rotation. The student will not be allowed to assume floor responsibilities without orientation.
Download and review the Code of Conduct Training prior to attending orientation on your first day of the rotation. You will be required to sign a document stating that you have reviewed and understand the policies.