Ontario Medical Residency Program – Learning Opportunities Through ROMP

Ontario Medical Residency Program – Learning Opportunities Through ROMP

Are you interested in learning how to make your medical school experience uniquely fulfilling? Do you want to take your future career in a direction that will enable you to change lives by providing medical care in an area in which the number of qualified physicians has been severely lacking? Are you interested in learning from our generalist practioners? With the Rural Ontario Medical Program, we are here to ease the burdens caused by the nation-wide physician distribution problem by arranging core and elective medical rotations for medical students in Ontario. We provide hands-on learning experiences in the field of rural medicine, enabling you to reach your goals and aspirations as a future physician for generalist care. For more information about the learning opportunities available through ROMP, please contact our office...
Teaching Opportunities for Medical Professionals in Rural Communities

Teaching Opportunities for Medical Professionals in Rural Communities

There is a need for physicians in every area of the world, particularly in rural locations. With the Rural Ontario Medical Program, we are here to create learning opportunities for the physicians of tomorrow. Are you interested in teaching opportunities in the clinical setting medical professionals in rural communities? If you become a ROMP preceptor, you will expose students and residents to rural medicine, influence learners’ future career paths, act as a force of positive change in your office or hospital, and help medical students develop critical skills. Through our program, you empower learners to become the medical professionals of tomorrow. For more information about our teaching opportunities with ROMP, contact us...
Our New Website is Live!

Our New Website is Live!

We’ve been working on a new site for the last month, and we’re pleased to say it’s finally live! What do you think of it? Got any comments or feedback? Please let us know by posting a message...