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  1. To establish proficiency in examination of hematologic patients, diagnostic procedures, and management relative to treatment of hematologic disorders.
  2. To gain experience in the clinical management of serious illness in hematologic patients.


  1. Full-time attendance on Hematology/Oncology service, daily rounds, and participation in discussions at bedside.
  2. Primary contact with patient under supervision of house officers and attending physician.
  3. Consultation techniques including complete history and physical examination.
  4. Performance of procedures, e.g., peripheral smear, bone marrow aspirations and biopsies, and other specialized tests (lab and bedside).
  5. Administration of conventional and experimental drugs and chemotherapeutic agents.
  6. The student will conduct daily review of laboratory data, prepare case presentations and attend conferences.

Night Call/Special Requirements:


Responsible Faculty/Rank:

Mehool Patel, M.D., Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine, NEOMED


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