Photo of Saint Anthony Hospital Entrance.

Program Highlight: Saint Anthony Hospital

  AMO’s partnership with Saint Anthony Hospital in Chicago began in August 2018 with just a few clinical experiences. Since that time, we have grown. We now offer 15 ACGME-affiliated, hospital-based, hands-on experiences. These were developed to accommodate the demand of our visitors and the willingness of Saint Anthony Hospital’s staff to educate them. As […]

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Jackson Park Hospital Building in Chicago

Program Highlight: Jackson Park Hospital

AMOpportunities is excited to announce the launch of three new hospital-based clinical experiences at Jackson Park Hospital, an ACGME family medicine program residency site in Chicago. These experiences are a great value as they are entirely inpatient, ACGME affiliated, and provide participants with the opportunity to gain a letter of recommendation from the hospital’s Director […]

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AMO in New York: Kelli and Ryan Take a Bite of the Big Apple

During the first week of August, Kelli, AMO’s Chief Experience Officer, and Ryan, AMO’s Chief Revenue Officer, visited New York to touch base with AMO visitors and some of our partners who call “the City that Never Sleeps,” home. The two traveled from Chicago, where AMO is headquartered, to New York City on Sunday. On […]

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July Photo and Blog Contest Winner: Ana Maria

With August in full swing and another Photo and Blog Contest underway, the team at AMO has reviewed submissions from visitors that rotated during the month of July. While we had many inspiring photos and stories, it was Ana Maria’s submission that we felt gave life to our mission here at AMO. Ana Maria, a […]

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Share Your AMO Story: Silvia

As each month comes to an end, AMO has the opportunity to review the entries submitted by visitors in our Photo and Blog Contest. These submissions serve as a testament to the fun and educational experiences visitors have during their rotations with AMO. AMO was blown away by Silvia’s entry for the June 2019 Photo […]

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Share Your AMO Story: Jose

Share Your AMO Story: Jose

Every month, AMO has the privilege of hearing our visitors’ stories. When they share their experiences, our visitors have the opportunity to enter our Photo and Blog Contest. Their stories are a testament to our programs, our physicians, and the visitors we welcome to AMO. Our May 2019 winner is Jose who traveled from Mexico to […]

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Share Your AMO Story: Mahmmad

This past April, Mahmmad, an international medical graduate, completed a rotation with Dr. T. at Weiss Memorial Hospital in Chicago. Read on to learn how a rotation with AMO led Mohmmad to make new friends and learn about ways to foster patient-physician relationships. “My experience with AMO was like no other. Like anyone coming to […]

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Share Your Story: Jose

AMOpportunities offers rotations and observerships in many different specialties across the United States. Medical Student, Jose had such a difficult time choosing one so, he picked three. Continue reading below to find out more about Jose’s journey from Mexico to Texas, New York,  and Chicago. Here’s Jose’s Story… Rotations Come in 3s I loved my […]

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City of Chicago

Historic Surgery in Chicago

Back-to-Back, Triple-Organ Transplants In December 2018, the first back-to-back, triple-organ transplants were performed in U.S. surgical history at the University of Chicago Medical Center in Chicago, IL. Both surgeries involved 29-year-old patients in need of heart, liver, and kidney transplants. The surgeries took over seventeen and twenty hours. It was the first time a hospital has performed such complex […]

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AMOpportunities

New Partnership: AMOpportunities and Saint Anthony Hospital

To practice at American residency programs, international medical trainees must take part in clinical rotations in the United States. AMOpportunities provides these trainees with U.S. clinical rotations, and our new partnership with Saint Anthony Hospital in Chicago creates a pipeline to address the growing need for foreign-trained physicians at U.S. community hospitals. Clinical rotations affiliated […]

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