The clinical rotations are superb. I enrolled for 1 rotation and ended up doing 9 rotations with Dr. Izhar’s group. The core rotation I did in Internal Medicine solidified both my knowledge and clinical skills. The subspecialty rotations were also awesome. Recommend them without hesitation.



Being a one-year-old company I was doubtful that they would provide me with good rotations, and that I would be scammed but Dr. Izhar’s assurance made me comfortable and get on board. I was proven wrong in both my assumptions. I had a very good experience. Recommend it to all medical students seeking good clinical exposure, guidance, and mentoring.



I am a Caribbean Medical student and enrolled in multiple rotations with Medical Student Rotation company as they helped me with close-by accommodation options that were very reasonable and economical. That was a really sweet spot for me as my budget was limited. I was lucky to find such good hospital-based, hands-on clinical rotations with LORs from faculty like the Chairman of Medicine.



Medical Student Rotation company for USCE was referred to me by my friend. I did rotations in Internal Medicine with the Chairman of Medicine, Rotation in Hematology/Oncology with the Program Director, and a Northwestern University Research Rotation with Emeritus Professor and Chairman. I am happy to inform you that I received 9 residency interview calls as compared to my friends getting 2-3 interview calls who did the same number of clinical rotations elsewhere and a few had even better USMLE Step 2 scores than me. I credit my success to the Faculty mentors and their letters of recommendation at



I came across Medical Student Rotations through a Google search. Sent them an email and was amazed by the rapidity of the response. Most of the agencies would take 24 hours or more to communicate on an issue that I wanted clarified. With Medical Student Rotations, I was also connected to a WhatsApp number on which I received clarification of my doubts even at nighttime. Dr. Izhar Talked with me for 15-20 minutes clarifying all my doubts and even strategized rotations for me. I think that is the reason for my successful match. I am currently PGY1 in the IM residency Program. Very fortunate to have this guidance! I would highly recommend it to all Foreign Medical Graduates who are unsure about things and need clarification of doubts, assurance, and a good strategy to match. I would give 5 stars to them.



Through LinkedIn I got connected with Medical Student Rotations and Dr. Izhar. After learning of their Hospital-Based, Hands-on rotations at university-affiliated hospitals I explored the cost of the rotations and was amazed as they were significantly lower than other agencies. I have done the Northwestern University Research Tele rotation with them, and I realize that the value in their rotations is so much that I have done seminars with Dr. Izhar so that more and more FMGs can avail of these wonderful rotations and match in residency programs.



Through a LinkedIn post I learned of Medical Student Rotations. I enrolled in a rotation and wanted a visa sponsoring letter and to my surprise, the letter cost was included in the rotation fees. Everybody else I talked to was charging separate money. After getting the visa I had to change my rotation dates a couple of times which the company did without charging any penalty fees when in fact some of my other friends paid 100s of dollars for the same. I had a very good experience of rotations with them. I have referred them to all my colleagues.



Through a WhatsApp USMLE group I came to know of Medical Student rotations. I had a USMLE Step 2 score of 225 and was anxious if I would get Interviews. Under the company’s guidance and Dr. Izhar’s, counseling I did 3 clinical rotations with them and secured 5 interview calls. I am hoping to get matched. During the interviews, I could sense that interviewers were impressed by the Faculty who wrote my letters of recommendation. I fully endorse and recommend them.



When I realized that medical student rotations is a group of 25-30 Chairmen of Medicine, Program Directors, Professors of Medicine, and Heads of the Departments I knew I was going to get awesome mentorship in clinical rotations and the LORs will be impactful. I did 3 Neurology rotations, all awesome. My Neurology attending gave me valuable advice and tips for the Application process which helped me get Interview calls from the East and West coast programs to where I had applied. The rotations are worth much more of worth and value than the fees you pay.



Doing Rotations with MSR company was a very good experience. Their visa letter got me approval. Their one fee includes everything, even malpractice insurance. I enjoyed the Neurology and Psychiatry rotations, and in both, I was with the Chief of the service at the hospital. They even helped me with accommodations close by. Very happy with them.