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About AMIQT

At the end of 2012, Dr. Bernad and his colleagues began taking on International Medical Students for rotations in the Washington DC Metropolitan area.  This Externship program is a non-degree program specifically designed to benefit International medical students seeking US clinical experience. Students are given the opportunity to live and work in metropolitan Washington DC while working with first class doctors. 

This program is beneficial for medical students applying to residency programs in the United States, providing adequate clinical experience and an overview of the US health care system. Externs carry the same responsibility as first year residents in that they are provided with hands on experience. 

President of AMIQT, Dr. Peter Bernad, welcomes month-long internships, externships, rotations, and observerships with himself and his colleagues. If you are interested in multiple specialties, we can accommodate you.

The clinical rotation offered by AMIQT is designed to allow medical students attending schools outside the United States to do rotations in various specialties in the Washington, DC area, and to gain experience in the U.S. medical system.

Dr. Peter Bernad, and his colleagues participating with AMIQT are board-certified in their specialties in practice in the Washington, DC area for many years. They welcome students to participate in month-long rotations and observerships with him and highly qualified colleagues. If students are interested in multiple specialties, AMIQT can accommodate them.

Student rotations typically last four weeks, longer rotations can be accommodated, as can more than one specialty.  In a typical rotation in Dr. Bernad’s private practice, for instance, students gain clinical experience in the offices of Neurology Servcies, Inc. . They learn to take histories, assess and diagnose patients, learn about a wide range of neurological diseases and disorders through assisting with and observing patients. The students begin in the clinic each morning and make hospital visits in the afternoon, shadowing Dr. Bernad on hospital rounds after they finish in the clinic. Each student is also required to research and give a presentation on a topic of their choosing.

Through this experience, the students gain an intensive introduction to the field of neurology. The neurology rotation offered through Dr. Bernad is a solid learning experience for the students and a valuable opportunity that allows them to enrich their medical training.

Peter Bernad

President

American Medical International Quality Training

 
 

About Dr. Bernad 

 
 
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Founder

Peter G. Bernad, B.Sc., M.D.C.M., M.P.H., F.A.C.P.

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 Alexandria 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 and one of 18 at Inova Alexandria Hospital who specialize in Neurology.

 

Education

Johns Hopkins University; Baltimore, MD
M.P.H. School of Hygiene and Public Health

Johns Hopkins University; Washington, DC
School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS)

McGill University; Montreal, Quebec, Canada
M.D.

University of London; London, England
Neurological InstituteJohn Marshall’s Firm, Queen Square

Ben-Gurion University; Negev, Israel
Siroka Medical Center

McGill University; Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Summer Project Scholarship GrantThe In-Vitro Restoration of Red Blood Cell 2, 3 DPG and ATP Levels in Stored Blood

McGill University; Montreal, Quebec, Canada
B.Sc. Biochemistry and Genetics Honors Program

 

 

 

 

 

Medical Training

Johns Hopkins University; Baltimore, MD
Summer Program in Epidemiology and Biostatistics

Fellowship: National Institutes of Health; Bethesda, MD
National Institute of Neurological and Communicative Disorders and StrokeMedical Neurology Branch, Electroencephalography and Neuromuscular Sections

National Institutes of Health; Bethesda, MD
Radiological Health for Radionuclide Users Training

Residency: Neurology
Massachusetts General Hospital,Harvard Medical School; Boston, MA

Internship and Residency: Internal Medicine
University of Southern California; Los Angeles, CA

Externship: Endocrinology
Harbour General HospitalUniversity of California Los Angeles; Torrance, CA

St. Mary’s Hospital; Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Clinical Pathology Laboratory Intern, McGill University

Languages

  • French
  • Spanish
  • Hungarian