The mission of the Institutional Internship Program at Auna is to prepare final year undergraduate students to practice optimal medicine for our region now and in the future, emphasizing excellence in clinical skills, cultural competence, critical analysis of the medical literature , lifelong learning and systems-based practice, with the aim of instilling a style of practice that is safe, profitable, promotes health and responds to the needs of the societies where Auna operates.
Our 52-Week (12-month) program contains a 28-week component of 7 mandatory rotations on our sites including Anesthesia, General Surgery, Gynecology – Obstetrics, Internal Medicine, Orthopedics, Pediatrics and Emergency.
It will be essential that the medical school of the applicant has a Teaching Service Agreement and / or Letter of Program Agreement (PLA) that includes the participation of students at the undergraduate level within the object. The application window will occur every 6 months and will be published on our website where the applicant will complete a web form with documentary requirements.
The selection process will include a knowledge test, interview and psychotechnical test.
Last-year students of medical schools that have a Teaching Service Agreement and/or Letter of Program Agreement (PLA) with our organization may apply for elective rotations in multiple specialties and Auna sites. The acceptance of these rotations will depend on the fulfillment of the established requirements and installed capacity.
Applications must be sent to the CA-GME Auna Ideas office no later than 90 days before the start of the rotation.
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