Your Path to Practicing Medicine In the United States
Improve your chance at matching in US Residency with a high-quality, hands-on clinical rotation in one of 10 specialties, available virtually and in-person at our three state-of-the-art locations in the Washington, DC area.
In 2012, Dr. Peter Gabor Bernad, M.D., M.P.H., FACP recognized a need in the increasing numbers of International Medical Graduates (IMGs) seeking to match in residency in the United States. An IMG himself and a practicing neurologist and clinical fellow in neurology at George Washington University, Dr. Bernad created AMIQT to share his knowledge and love of medicine with the next generation of doctors.
What We Do
AMIQT (American Medical International Quality Training) offers month-long rotations and externships for International Medical Graduates (IMGs) and current medical students.
At our three locations in the DC metro area, students receive high-quality, hands-on clinical experience. Students learn American medicine, while establishing professional and personal bonds with experienced physicians and each other.
We offer assistance with personal statements, housing, English language training, letters of recommendation, and anything else we can to improve your chances of matching in US residency.
Hands on Experience
Improve your Clinical Skills with truly hands-on, direct patient contact.
Choose your desired specialty and experience US healthcare directly through In-Person or Virtual Rotations.
Letter of Recommendation
Get the opportunity to receive an LoR from your preceptor to help support your goal of achieving residency.
Explore the DC area
Explore one of the most visited cities in the US! Visit iconic sights and learn about American history. Enjoy the restaurants, museums, art and cultural attractions available.
AMIQT In-Person Rotations take place in the DMV (DC, Maryland, and Virginia) Metro Area. Our Neurology Rotations operate out of our three state-of-the-art locations in Washington, DC, Alexandria, VA, and Woodbridge, VA.
Our rotations take place in Washington, D.C. and surrounding areas. More specifically, our neurology rotations take place at our three state-of-the-art facilities in Washington, D.C., Alexandria, VA, and Woodbridge, VA.
Start your Medical Journey in the US.
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Meet the AMIQT team
Founder and president
Dr. Peter Bernad MDCM, MPH, FACP
Dr. Peter Bernad is a neurologist in the Washington, DC metropolitan region and is affiliated with multiple hospitals in the area, including George Washington University Hospital and Inova Fairfax Hospital. He received his medical degree from McGill University Faculty of Medicine and has been in practice for more than 20 years. He is one of 34 doctors at George Washington University Hospital who specialize in Neurology. Dr. Bernad has also been published in numerous journals, has written two well-regarded books on neurological topics, and is President of ABEN (American Board of Electroencephalography and Neurophysiology).
Dr. Martin Stein
Dr. Stein is a distinguished alumnus of Harvard College and Yale Medical School, where he also completed his residency in psychiatry. Throughout his medical journey, he has amassed a wealth of diverse experiences. Notably, he served as the medical director of a prominent psychiatric hospital and co-founded the renowned American Day Treatment, which comprises 16 psychiatric day hospitals. Additionally, Dr. Stein excelled as a consultant for hospital malpractice, demonstrating his expertise in the field. He has also made significant contributions as a patient advocate, consultant to numerous federal agencies, and maintained a successful private practice in neuropsychiatry. Dr. Stein’s remarkable career includes the founding of the first hospital program in Washington dedicated to aiding victims of abuse. His extensive research throughout his tenure has primarily focused on investigating the neurological and psychiatric consequences of abuse, head injuries, and epilepsy.