Georgetown vs Northeastern CRNA Progams

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I feel very lucky that I am able to choose between my two top choice programs to attend: Northeastern and Georgetown. I was wondering if anyone has any feedback on either program. I would love to know the good, the bad, the ugly, and everything in between. Thank you! 

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No experience with either but it all comes down to the quality if clinical training. 

How much clinical experience is split with residents? The less the better. None is best. 

How many total cases does the program say you'll get?

How far spread are clinical sites (driveable or do you live in another town)?

Are tertiary cases (sick peds, uncommon, but lots of general peds at least) sick vascular, thoracic commonly available?

Lots of regional training is way less important than a lot of solid cases with sicker patients. If I had to choose a program that guaranteed heavy regional exposure and one that offered lots of thoracic and major vascular, I'd choose the latter. If they offer both, all the better. 

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