Germany - Charité Universitätsmedizin
This partnership is run through Feinberg's Center for Global Health. The Charité is the largest university hospital in Europe and one of the most historic medical centers in the world – producing more than half of all the Nobel Prizes in medicine and physiology awarded to German physicians and scientists. FSM medical students may complete rotations in oncology/hematology, radiology, pathology, and cardiology, anesthesiology, cardiac surgery, ob/gyn, among others. German language skills are not required and students will work with English speaking faculty. M4 students are eligible to apply.
The Charité is one of the oldest hospitals in Germany and among the largest university hospitals in Europe today. With a history spanning almost three centuries, the Charité has produced eight Nobel prize winners and has a worldwide reputation for excellence in medicine and research. Currently, with a staff of about 10,400 employees, the hospital handles about 130,000 inpatient and almost 500,000 outpatient cases a year in more than 100 clinics and institutes – concentrated in 17 centers on four campuses.
Who: Medical Students – M4s
What: Clinical Rotations
When: 4-week rotations year-round
Where: Charité Universitätsmedizin -- Berlin, Germany
Administered by: The Center for Global Health
Sara Patrawala discusses her one year rotation at the Charité in Berlin, Germany.