Hi there. Welcome to Liberty Medics.

We help doctors and International Medical Graduates move to the 🇺🇸 USA.

Your Pathway to the American Dream

If you're an international medical graduate (IMG) or medical student interested in moving your career to the United States, you've come to the right place.

Our flagship How To Make It In America course teaches you everything you need to know about the process, from the very beginning when you're considering if it's the right move for you, all the way through studying for the USMLEs, clinical electives, letters of recommendation, 'The Match', and even visas and immigration. We've got you covered. Our course is also dynamic - we're always adding new videos to keep up to date with the ever-changing landscape IMGs have to deal with. And the best part - once you have access, it lasts for life. Check out our free videos.

Our lead instructor, Dr. Syed, is an IMG from the UK who matched into a highly competitive Dermatology residency program in Manhattan. He and our other instructors will share key insights from their own experiences of the entire journey to help you achieve your dream match. Learn more about us.

Free Articles & Videos

Is the quality of training for doctors better in the U.S.?

So it's generally understood that U.S. doctors tend to make more money (see our other article for more details about U.S. doctor salaries), but what about the actual quality of training? Alongside the desire for better pay, one of the more common answers given for why people want

How much money do doctors in the U.S. make?

Yes, we're going there. Money. The thing that we all know deep down is hugely important to our lives/careers, but for some reason in the medical field we are trained to ignore the fact that our jobs are jobs. Meaning the things we do to earn a living. As

Why I Left the NHS

I suppose to be more precise this should say, 'Why I Chose Not To Work in the NHS', as I actually left the UK immediately following graduation from medical school. But that's not as catchy a title, so you know... The National Health Service (‘NHS’) of the UK is justifiably

Cost of U.S. Residency Application

There are a million and one reasons why people might decide to pursue residency training in the United States (we go through a long list of these in our online course), but there is usually 2 major things that hold people back from taking that leap: The hassle of taking

How I Matched Into Dermatology as an IMG

“So what are you applying for this year?” one of my US medical student colleagues would ask cordially. “Dermatology”, I’d reply, and watch as they would raise their eyebrows. Some of them would make a better effort than others, “Ohh, wow! Awesome… all the best!’ While others would actually

USMLE vs PLAB

So, you’re a doctor/medical student from a country other than the UK. You’ve either completed your MBBS or are about to, and now you want to go work in another country. For the vast, vast majority of you, that means making the following choice; should I do
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