Have a dedication to mentoring? Become a Mentor - IMGPrep

Become a Mentor

Help The Next Generation Of International Medical Graduate Physicians (IMG) To Succeed In The Complex U.S. Clinical Environment.

Become a Mentor and Make a Difference! Join us in supporting the professional growth of IMG Physicians. Approximately 20 percent of the US patient population is treated by IMG Physicians, highlighting the vital role they play in healthcare. IMGprep is dedicated to addressing this need by inviting attending physicians with teaching affiliations to consider becoming mentors for IMG physicians.

At IMGPrep, we have the privilege of working with exceptional international medical graduates who have graduated from highly competitive medical schools. We carefully review their quantitative measurements, including transcripts and USMLE scores, as well as their qualitative accomplishments, encompassing their extracurricular work and achievements.

As a compensated preceptor, you can guide and supervise our candidates during their clinical rotations. Your expertise and mentorship will be invaluable in shaping the next generation of exceptional physicians. We understand the value of your time and dedication, and we offer a competitive stipend based on seniority.

Acceptance into our program is highly competitive, and we take pride in our rigorous selection process. Our candidates consistently excel and secure placements in prestigious residency programs nationwide.

If you are interested in becoming a compensated preceptor for IMGPrep or would like further information, please do not hesitate to contact us directly at (202) 904-2851 or admin@imgprep.com. We would be delighted to answer any questions and discuss the opportunity further.

Thank you for considering this invitation. Your dedication to medical education and your teaching experience can make you an invaluable asset to our program. We look forward to the possibility of collaborating with you to shape the future of healthcare.

Become A Mentor

Take the next step by completing the following form. A monetary stipend is provided to the attending for their time and dedication to mentoring.

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    We have established a mentorship program dedicated to enhancing communication and learning opportunities between U.S. physicians and our international medical school graduates (IMGs). This precepting is similar to that of a fourth-year medical student rotation.

    During the mentorship, IMGs will be assigned to an attending physician and actively participate in clinical rotations. They will be involved in tasks such as taking patient histories, conducting initial diagnoses, and engaging in discussions regarding all aspects of patient care with their attending physician. The ultimate goal is to foster a strong professional relationship between the IMG and their mentor. It is important to note that all applicants from IMGPrep have their own liability policy in place.

    Our applicants have completed their medical education at institutions listed in the International Medical Education Directory (IMED) and hold accreditation from the World Health Organization (WHO). Furthermore, they have achieved high pass rates on the TOEFL English language proficiency examinations. Additionally, most applicants have already passed at least one step of the US Medical Licensing Exam (USMLE) and intend to apply for a PGY-1 position in the same academic year.

    Naturally, all U.S. mentoring physicians will have the opportunity to review the IMGs’ documentation and conduct phone interviews before accepting them into the rotation. While most rotations typically last between one and three months, they may be concluded earlier in exceptional circumstances.

    For IMGs, this mentorship experience is crucial and invaluable, as they aim to enhance their career development and secure positive letters of recommendation that will strengthen their applications to U.S. residency programs.

    To acknowledge the time and dedication of the attending physicians in their mentoring role, a monetary stipend is provided.