Why Choose CHHA?

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CHHA specializes in working with international medical universities, international medical students, and US and international medical graduates to obtain the experience necessary to match into residency. Our team of professionals works with thousands of students to get them the hands-on training required in order to build a competitive U.S. residency application.

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Residency Matches

  • West Virginia University, Pathology
  • UCSF Fresno Medical Education program, Family Medicine
  • Texas Tech University, Psychiatry
  • University of Louisville, Family Medicine
  • University of New Mexico, Internal Med
  • Wycoff Heights Medical Center, Internal Medicine
  • Corpus Christi Texas, Family Medicine
  • Riverside Community Hospital, Internal Medicine
  • The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, Internal Medicine
  • Cooper University Hospital, Pediatrics
  • UT Health San Antonio, Pediatrics
  • Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital, Internal Medicine

Training the future physicians of our community

  • Financial compensation provided to attending physician and/or hospital
  • Professional Liability Insurance provided for all students
  • Vaccination and immunization history
  • Tuberculosis screening
  • Proof of academic good standing and permission to complete rotations from Medical School
  • Certification in BLS, ACLS, HIPPA, and Infection Control
  • Background Investigation report provided for all students
  • 10 Panel drug screening

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Hi Dr Furst, this is Faiza your former student. Hope you’re doing well! Just wanted to share the news that I matched for residency this year! Thank you for all your help and support throughout the process, I really appreciate it!!”

– Faiza

Dr. C., ENT rotation. He is one of the top ENT surgeons in Houston. He is a knowledgeable man and an excellent professor, meaning that, he taught me the most important procedures, examination of the patient, etc. I saw over 20 patients per day and I can tell you that I was exposed to a lot of diseases that other students in my country are not. I saw acromegaly, parotid cancer, Tertiary syphilis symptoms, cholesteatoma, Menieres Disease, SNHL, etc.

Dr. R., Ortophaedics-Trauma. He is an excellent teacher, very challenging in a good way. I did over 5 presentations and completely learned all the anatomy necessary for this rotation. I went to a lot of surgeries, herniated disc surgery (Diskectomy). He gave me a MRI interpretation class.

Dr. P., ophthalmology. The basis of his teaching is the respect. He always told me that I am a medical student, not an employer, and I was there to learn. So I did it, I learn and I appreciate his patience and dedication. He provide me with all the books for my learning. Also I went to the hospital and observed over 7 surgeries.

Dr. S., OBGYN. She is a great professor, an excellent doctor and I can tell that all I know about obstetrics is because of her dedication and teaching. I spent many many hours in Memorial Hermann Hospital ( histerectomy, vaginal deliveries, c-sections, etc) and I saw over 20 patient per day. That’s how we learn.

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