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  1. Thank you for the answers. That's quite the hefty lump sum. Surprising some will be willing to pay that amount since the ROS is quite loosely restrictive.
  2. Thank you for the answers. That's a hefty lump sum to say the least. Surprising that somebody will be willing to pay it in full since the ROS is loosely restrictive.
  3. Does anyone have recent experience with the 5-year return of service in Ontario and what the penalty cost will be to pay off the ROS?
  4. Sorry for the double post. Realized this question is more suitable for this thread. Hello, I'm a Canadian citizen IMG currently in PGY-2 in an ACGME accredited IM residency in US. I would like to apply for medical oncology, MSM CARMS. Based on review of the CARMS website, I meet eligibility requirements for programs in Ontario, Quebec, Newfoundland/Labrador, Manitoba, and NS/NB/PEI. The latter three do not seem to have requirements to serve ROS for MSM CARMS while Ontario programs require a 5 year ROS agreement to be signed just like PGY-1 CARMS. My understanding is that for IM subspecialists, jobs would be scarce in the community setting where ROS would need to be served. What happens if a subspecialist is unable to find a job in the areas outlined in the ROS agreement or is this based on misinformation on my part? Thank you in advance
  5. Hello, I'm a Canadian citizen IMG currently in PGY-2 in an ACGME accredited IM residency in US. I would like to apply for medical oncology, MSM CARMS. Based on review of the CARMS website, I meet eligibility requirements for programs in Ontario, Quebec, Newfoundland/Labrador, Manitoba, and NS/NB/PEI. The latter three do not seem to have requirements to serve ROS for MSM CARMS while Ontario programs require a 5 year ROS agreement to be signed just like PGY-1 CARMS. My understanding is that for IM subspecialists, jobs would be scarce in the community setting where ROS would need to be served. What happens if a subspecialist is unable to find a job in the areas outlined in the ROS agreement or is this based on misinformation on my part? Thank you in advance
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