The last four years have brought unprecedented success in the National Residency Matching Program. Approximately 41 percent of our graduates matched in primary care (internal medicine, pediatrics, or family medicine), 24 percent matched in a surgical specialty (general surgery, neurological surgery, orthopedic surgery, otolaryngology, ophthalmology, and urology), while the remaining graduates matched in a number of other specialties including radiology, dermatology, anesthesiology, obstetrics and gynecology, emergency medicine, neurology, physical medicine and rehabilitation, radiation oncology, and psychiatry.
In the last four years, USA graduates have matched at outstanding programs including Baylor, Cedars-Sinai, University of Chicago, Cincinnati Children's Hospital, the Cleveland Clinic, Cornell, Emory, University of Florida, Harvard, the Mayo Clinic, University of Michigan, Northwestern, University of Rochester, Southwestern, Tulane, UNC Chapel Hill, Vanderbilt, University of Virginia, Wake Forest, and Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. In addition, a number of graduates chose to remain in Alabama to train at USA, UAB or the Baptist Health System.
Left: Katherine Richards pins her match in Internal Medicine at Baylor University. Center: Olivia Butters, Viney Hardit, Zhong Ye, Monica Kumar, and Anna Crutchfield anticipate the opening of the Match Day envelopes. Right: Brandon Newsome places his pin in Boston where he matched in psychiatry at Boston University Medical Center
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