Gap Medics International Hospital Experience

Gap Medics International Hospital Experience *Forward this information to all Pre-Med and Pre-Health students at your university asap!* Is this email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser Gap Medics Do you want to study medicine? Pre-Medicine – Pre-Nursing – Pre-Dentistry Pre-Nurse Midwife – Pre-Physicians Assistant *Gap Medics* is an unique pre-health organization which provides medical work experience projects designed to educate and inspire students from all over the world through an international program of short term medical shadowing placements. Gap Medics projects are open to all American pre-health and pre-med students who are preparing for further education in a medical field and would strongly benefit from gaining academically relevant work experience and spending time shadowing a professional. With projects in Tanzania, Thailand, Zanzibar and the Czech Republic Gap Medics provides a unique opportunity to shadow doctors in international hospitals where you will join a group for a fully supported 2 to 6 week project of shadowing, observing and learning from professional physicians at work in a variety of clinical departments. A program of tutored medical seminars presented by respected physicians and covering an array of healthcare topics is provided in the afternoons and will offer pre-healthcare students an absolutely unrivalled insight into life as a medical professional and day to day business in the hospital While on placement students will join a like-minded group from all over the world and live at one of our own fully managed student houses where a full team of Gap Medics staff are on hand 24 hours a day to ensure everyone has all the assistance and support they need including our chefs who prepare a fantastic array of local and international specialities for your enjoyment. Outside of the hospital there is loads of exciting things to do, how about a weekend of elephant trekking through the jungles of northern Thailand or exploring the exotic markets and learning how to cook the perfect Thai green curry; on our Tanzania placement you could take a once in a lifetime Safari out into Ruaha national park in central Tanzania while sessions at the house will give you an introduction into the local languages allowing you interact further with the locals and your mentors at the hospital. Gap Medics essentially gives students the much needed experience of interacting with doctors in a real working hospital environment, observing them in everything they do including ‘scrubbing in’ to observe in surgery and receiving close interactive mentorship from an array of highly respected medicals professionals. Gap Medics will give you the experience, knowledge and motivation to truly excel in your studies and will inspire you in the next step of your journey towards a medical career! Are you a Pre-Health Advisor? Click here for more information! American Pre-Health Summer Special, 2013! This summer join a very special project aimed at you guys; travel to either Tanzania, Thailand, Zanzibar or the Czech Republic to join a fully supported educational shadowing placement, only VERY limited numbers of places are available on these projects which are scheduled to begin on Sunday the 26th of May and Sunday the 9th of June 2013. *This amazing project is filling up very quickly so click here to APPLY NOW!* *Click here to read about the experiences of Pre-Med students who joined in 2012* The American summer special projects are going to be amazing but dont worry if you cant make it on those dates, our international projects are available year round and spaces are filling fast for 2013, complete an online application for more information and remember to let us know where you study! *Join our global network of almost 15,000 pre-med and pre-healthcare students on Facebook Twitter! Gap Medics – Launching American Medical Careers In 2013!* /Copyright © 2013 Gap Medics, All rights reserved./ unsubscribe from this list | update subscription preferences

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