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22655 Bayshore Road, Suite 160
Charlotte Harbor, Florida 33980
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USMLE® Step 2 CS assesses whether you can apply medical knowledge, skills, and understanding of clinical science essential for the provision of patient care under supervision and includes emphasis on health promotion and disease prevention. Step 2 CS ensures that due attention is devoted to principles of clinical sciences and basic patient-centered skills that provide the foundation for the safe and competent practice of medicine.
Step 2 CS uses standardized patients, i.e., people trained to portray real patients. The cases cover common and important situations that a physician is likely to encounter in clinics, doctors’ offices, emergency departments, and hospital settings in the United States.
The Mission of Ximedus is to prepare United States Medical Students and International Medical Graduates (IMG's) for taking the STEP 2 CS Examination. Our Step 2 CS review course focuses on Communication and Interpersonal Skills, Spoken English Proficiency, the Patient Note, Physical examination skills, and History-taking skills.
Every year thousands of doctors take and fail the USMLE® Step 2 CS examination. Recently, the Step 2 CS examination has morphed into a much more demanding exam, causing many students difficulty to pass. As of February 2018, only 75% of the first-time takers passed and only 61% of the repeat takers passed. Those statistics are even worse for Foreign Graduates. As of October 2019, the approximate pass rate for first-time takers will be about 75% for International Medical Graduates, view link to website, https://usmle.org/performance-data/. We have adapted the content in our workshops to meet the requirements of the “New Changes”, including information on the "Natural Language Processing/Computer-Assisted Scoring of the Patient Notes. We have made additional adjustments to the Workshop to accommodate for the challenges that this change will present to all examinees. We have increased the area of ICE to give you more time to practice your Physical Examination Skills using Standardized Patients in individual examination rooms.
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It won't be easy, but with our Step 2 CS preparation, you can PASS the USMLE® Step 2 CS examination and move on to securing a Residency/Fellowship position. Ximedus was developed by Physicians 12 years ago in a University setting and later transitioned into the private sector. We have helped over 9,000 examinees to successfully pass their Step 2 CS examination.
Our medical/teaching faculty have over 40 years of combined experience in medicine and medical education and our pass rate exceeds 99%. No other program offers the formula for success by combining the following elements… USMLE® step 2 cs preparation, USMLE® step 2 cs physical exam, and USMLE® step 2 cs patient note.
At Ximedus, we understand the needs and concerns of our students, and so we keep our class sizes small less than 13 students per workshop which give individual attention to each student, maintains a safe and supportive learning environment. We assist our students with transportation (to and from lodging and the airport), which is complimentary.
Ximedus, Inc. maintains a variety of Step 2 CS review courses to address the specific needs of each student; we are currently offering 1-Day, 3-Day, and two 5-Day Workshops and a 1/2 Day Online Examination, each with a different emphasis.
There are no other USMLE® Step 2 CS preparation workshops able to compete with our high level of individualized attention and the quality of our instruction. We teach all aspects of the test, including History-taking skills, Communication skills, Empathy, Spoken English Components, Physical Exam Skills, Time Management, and the Patient Note.