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SUNY Downstate Medical Center

Match Day 2017

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Congratulations to our graduating College of Medicine students on Match Day!

The National Resident Matching Program (NRMP) is a private, not-for-profit corporation established in 1952 to provide a uniform date of appointment to positions in graduate medical education (GME) in the United States.

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2017 Match Statistics…
Here's a snapshot of where our students will be doing their residencies by the numbers:

  • By Geography
  • Top Hospitals
  • Specialty Distribution

Number of 2017 Graduates Matched: 190

Staying at SUNY Downstate for residency programs 27 (14%)
Staying in New York City (including Downstate): 91 (48%)
Brooklyn 29 (15%)
Bronx 19 (10%)
Manhattan 40 (21%)
Queens 1 (<1%)
Staten Island 2 (1%)
Those Staying in NYC metropolitan area
(Nassau, Suffolk, Westchester)
38 (20%)
Total staying in New York State: 134
(71% of the class)
   
Students who will be practicing in Other States: 56
(29% of the class)
California 11 New Jersey 5
Colorado 2 New Mexico 1
Connecticut 3 North Carolina 1
Delaware 1 Ohio 2
D.C. 1 Pennsylvania 4
Illinois 3 Rhode Island 1
Louisiana 1 Tennessee 1
Maine 1 Texas 2
Maryland 4 Virginia 3
Massachusetts 8 Washington State 1
Baylor COM Houston 2
Beth Israel Deaconess 4
Children's Hosp of Philadelphia (CHOP) 2
Einstein – Montefiore/Jacobi 18
Hofstra Northwell Systems (inc. Cohen Children's, Glen Clove Hospital, Long Island Jewish, Northwell, Zucker Hillside, Lenox Hill, Staten Island Univ Hospital) 26
ICAHN Mount Sinai 10
ICAHN Sinai St. Luke's/Beth Israel 4
Johns Hopkins 2
Maimonides 2
NYP Hosp-Columbia Univ 11
NYP Hosp-Weill Cornell 2
NYU 7
Rochester/Strong Memorial 3
Rutgers (all) 3
SUNY Stony Brook 11
SUNY Downstate 27
Univ California System (includes San Diego, San Francisco, Los Angeles) 5
USC 2
Winthrop University Hospital – NY 4
Yale 3

Updated as of March 16, 2017



Anesthesiology 21 (11%)   Oral Surgery 1 (<1%)
Child Neurology 1 (<1%)   Orthopedic Surgery 4 (2%)
Dermatology 5 (3%)   Pediatrics Categorical 24 (13%)
Emergency Medicine 19 (10%)   Psychiatry 11 (6%)
Family Medicine 8 (4%)   Radiation Oncology 1 (<1%)
Medicine Categorical 50 (26%)   Radiology Diagnostic 3 (2%)
Medicine Preliminary 2 (1%)   Surgery Categorical 11 (6%)
Medicine Primary 2 (1%)   Surgery Preliminary 1 (<1%)
Medicine/Emer Medicine 2 (1%)   Transitional 1 (<1%)
Neurology 6 (3%)   Urology 7 (4%)
Obstetrics/Gynecology 6 (3%)   Vascular Surgery 1 (<1%)
Ophthalmology 3 (2%)   (PGY 2 positions used for calculations)  
         
         
 
Primary Care without OB/GYN (Family Medicine, Medicine Categorical, Medicine Primary, Med/Peds, Pediatrics Categorical, Pediatrics Primary, and Psychiatry/Family Medicine) 84 (44%)
Primary Care with OB/GYN 90 (47%)