So would that mean I would still be open to private medical schools in the US?
I want to know if this is a feasible plan for someone of dual citizenship:
Undergrad in Canada (cheaper)
Medical School in Canada (cheaper)
Medical residency in the US (So I can practice there)
Would I be allowed to immediately practice medicine in the US if I had an American residency?
@WayOutWestMom So would all Canadian and American universities/med schools be accredited by the LCME?
Also, does this mean if I went to a Canadian medical school and applied for US residency (reminder, I have US citizenship as well), I would not be considered an IMG?
If there is no extra difficulty for me to do Canadian undergrad and go to an American med school, is it extra difficult for me to go to a Canadian med school to American residency?
Essentially, I'm asking would it be harder for me to get an American residency if I went to a Canadian med school?
Would my Canadian med school treat it as if I've done a Canadian rotation? Or would I need to do both?
If they're first come-first serve, does that mean I'd have an equal chance for residency as a person who did medical school in the US?
if I did undergrad, med school, and residency in Canada, what would be the process to be allowed to practice medicine in the States and what would the time frame look like?