What do you like most?
"Patient population of Newark. Believe the hype - people really are incredibly sick. You will see diseases even residents trained at other programs have never seen. Patients tend to have little to no primary care, so diseases are typically end-stage and impressive. State-school in an urban, low income area means most people don't have big egos (not always true). There are opportunities to do rotations at hackensack, st barnabas, morristown hospitals to get a better grasp of upper-middle class (insured) patient care."
"Some good professors. Rewarding clinical experiences due to diverse disadvantaged urban population mixed in with surrounding wealthy suburbs."
"Lots of clinical opportunities to take advantage of, and professors that really care about helping you UNDERSTAND the material."
"urban setting, low cost, decent clinical ed"