- London, UK
- budapest HEMS
- Budapest AmbuLance
- Other options
CoROM provides clinical experience for all levels of medical training. We have doctors, nurses, paramedics, military medics, police medics and EMTs requesting options to hone their practical knowledge.
- University teaching hospital, Moshi, Tanzania
- Remote Clinics, Northern Tanzania
- Accident and Emergency, St. Mary's Hospital, United Kingdom
- HEMS and Ambulance placement, Budapest, Hungary
The Kilimanjaro Christian Medical University College offers CoROM delegates hands on clinical experience in their A&E department, Intensive Care Unit, Burns Unit, Dermatology Clinic and Medical Ward.
Additional locations can be found in remote, isolated clinics throughout northern Tanzania
More information can be found at http://www.kcmc.ac.tz/
St. Mary's Hospital in London offers A&E experience.
Ambulance clinical placements are in the main area of Budapest. The experience is hands on and always assigned an English speaking paramedic.
The aeromedical HEMS clinical placement is only available for doctors, nurses and paramedics who have academic training as a Critical Care or Flight Paramedic.
Cost: €700 for four days
The Hungarian National Health Service give CoROM delegates hands on clinical experience on their government ambulances.
These are front line response ambulances. Delegates will see 4-8 casualties each 12 hour shift.
Paramedic students can choose to find their own clinical experience. These placements must be at the Advanced Life Support level. Additionally, they must be pre-approved by the CoROM medical director.
One option is Global Medical Projects. They have rural clinics in Ghana and Cambodia that would suit the Remote Paramedic student.