Hello and thank you for allowing me the opportunity to assist you.
Unfortunately, you would only have recourse if you have an employment contract
which guarantees all of the representations that were made before your chose to move. If there is no such contract, then I'm sorry to say that the hospital has no legal obligation not to alter its program.
Accordingly, your recourse is not in the courts, but with negotiations with the hospital (and it seems that you are already attempting such negotiations). I would make it known that you are very unhappy with the last minute changes and that you would not have chosen the hospital had you known. It's possible that they will attempt to accommodate you. You can also attempt to transfer
, of course, into another program.
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