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Q&A: alaska medical school?

by tom44 on April 14, 2014

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Question by STEPHYYYYYY: alaska medical school?
I’m about to graduate high school this year, and i want to go out of state and go to Alaska and i want to go to med school what schools can i go to there ??????

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2 thoughts on “Q&A: alaska medical school?

  1. J says:

    You can do your undergraduate work at the University of Alaska, but Alaska is one of the five states that does not have a state university medical school nor does it have a private medical school.

  2. David in Kenai says:

    Alaska has UAA and UAF at which you could do your under-grad pre-med curriculum. There is no full medical school in Alaska, but through its WWAMI (Washington wyoming Alaska Montana, Idaho) program, 5 states share slots at U Washington-Seattle.

    Some students complete their first two years of medical school at UA-Anchorage and some of their clinical rotations in Alaska before going to Seattle for the last two years of medical.

    After medical school, you’d need to do residency (usually 3 years) somewhere. There are no residency programs in Alaska. But through UW, there are some rural sites that you could do one month rotations at. They also often rural clinical rotations in MT and ID.

    Keep your grades up in college, try to find part-time jobs in medicine or social services (looks better on your application), and keep investigating your options.

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