“This was a phenomenal Match Day with a lot happy faces,” says Aurora Bennett, MD, associate dean of student affairs in the UC College of Medicine. “Our students matched to some of their top programs across the country. All of our couples matched together so this was an extremely successful and joyful match.”
UC students matched to programs at such schools and hospitals as Harvard, Johns Hopkins, Duke, Mayo Clinic, Cleveland Clinic, Washington University in St. Louis, UCLA, Case Western, Vanderbilt and UT Southwestern.
Results from UC indicate that:
Of the 183 matched students, 48 will do at least part of their residency at hospitals in Greater Cincinnati. Of those, 28 will stay at UC Medical Center, seven at Christ Hospital, six at Cincinnati Children’s, three each at Good Samaritan and Jewish hospitals and one at Bethesda North Hospital.
The most popular primary residencies were Internal Medicine with 28 students, Emergency Medicine and Family Medicine, both with 18 students, and Pediatrics with 16 students.
Some specialties require students to complete preliminary residencies of one or two years of training prior to entering an advanced period of specialty training. These preliminary residences may also be counted in the final Match Day tally.
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