Homestay Chicago: Home4Docs is a unique homestay opportunity in Chicago. Our homestay rents rooms to medical students and medical graduates doing short term externships, observerships, and residency programs. We take both AMGs and IMGs as well as 3rd and 4th year medical students.
Step 2 CS Chicago homestay: Home4Docs offers 8 private furnished rooms in a quiet residential neighborhood just across the border of the city of Chicago Beverly/Morgan Park neighborhood. Our homestay house is located in a safe, quiet residential neighborhood near shopping and restaurants. This Chicago homestay location is perfect for study, both individual as well as in interactive groups.
We are your Medical Student Housing Chicago alternative. If you are looking for a homestay house that is uncluttered, clean, and pet free, Home4Docs is the perfect solution for your south Chicago area externship. In addition to offering a quiet place to study and live during your externship we also offer a home away from home feeling for all our guests. If you are new to the United States and looking for affordable housing and the comfort of having someone to rely on if needed, this is the perfect place for you. Our family is very friendly and we live (…)
Our Chicago IMG homestay with transportation services may be just what you need to ease your mind. We have a large minivan that can accommodate up to 7 passengers. If you are an international medical graduate coming to the Chicago area for an externship or USMLE testing and will not have a car to use, we can assist you.
Need Chicago Step 2 Clinical Skills Test housing and transportation services? Book with Home4Docs. We can accommodate you. We give all our current guests drop off and pick up services to the Chicago Step 2 CS test center at 8501 West Higgins Road in Chicago for a flat rate of $80 round trip. If your Chicago Step 2 Clinical Skills Test is scheduled in the same month as your Chicago area externship, it makes sense to book your month stay with us.
Some Chicago homestay amenities include offering meals for guests. Our home stay is set up differently. You may be in a situation where you do not want to be reliant on someone else to know how to feed you. It’s hard to tell your host you don’t like their offerings. It’s hard to explain food restrictions, whether they are made for religious reasons or due to health needs. Although we would love to cook for our guests, it’s not practical for us. We do offer other amenities and an open, fully stocked community kitchen that our guests take advantage of (…)