Undergraduate Medical Education - Crozer-Keystone Health System - PA

Undergraduate Medical Education

  • Ashish Rana, M.D., answers a resident's questions.
  • Karen Scoles, M.D., advises a resident during rounds.
  • David Lainoff, M.D., poses with Crozer residents.

Crozer-Chester Medical Center, part of Crozer-Keystone Health System, is a major affiliate of the Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University.

Each year, Crozer admits more than 15,771 patients, treats approximately 53,000 Emergency Department patients and delivers about 1,700 babies. Crozer offers medical students, residents and fellows an academically rigorous education in a supportive setting.

Medical students must be enrolled in an LCME, COCA, or CPME accredited medical school within the United States.

Prior to approval, an affiliation agreement must be in place between CKHS and the medical school. Check with academic affairs at the medical school before inquiring about a rotation through our institution. If an affiliation agreement is not in place, the medical student will be informed to contact academic affairs at the medical school, who will work with Graduate Medical Education at CCMC.  

Once your rotation through our facilities has been approved, the medical student will receive an email from the department’s student coordinator with additional paperwork to complete and return prior to start of rotation.  To learn more, contact our Graduate Medical Education Department at medicalstudents@crozer.org.

Medical Student Rotation Request

To inquire about the availability of a rotation, please complete the form below. Please provide at least two sets of dates in case your first choice is not available.

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