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SUNY Downstate Medical Center

Match Day 2016

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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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2016 Match Statistics…
Here's a snapshot of where our students will be doing their residencies by the numbers:

  • By Geography
  • By Hospital – Top 14 Countdown
  • Specialty Distribution

Number of 2016 Graduates Matched: 194

Staying at SUNY Downstate for residency programs 31 (16%)
Staying in New York City (including Downstate): 83 (43%)
Brooklyn 31 (16%)
Bronx 14 (7%)
Manhattan 34 (18%)
Queens 2 (1%)
Staten Island 2 (1%)
Those Staying in NYC metropolitan area
(Nassau, Suffolk, Westchester)
34 (18%)
Total staying in New York State: 121
(62% of the class)
   
Students who will be practicing in Other States: 73
(38% of the class)
California 16 New Hampshire 1
Connecticut 7 New Jersey 14
D.C. 1 North Carolina 1
Florida 1 Ohio 1
Georgia 1 Pennsylvania 10
Illinois 2 Rhode Island 1
Iowa 1 Tennessee 1
Maryland 1 Texas 4
Massachusetts 1 Virginia 11
Michigan 4 Washington State 2
Minnesota 1    
Missouri 1    
Baylor 2
Children's Oakland 2
Detroit Medical Center 2
Drexel University Hospital 2
Einstein Montefiore/Jacobi 13
ICAHN Mt. Sinai/St. Luke's/Beth Israel 12
Kaiser Permanente - Fontana & Oakland 2
Northwell
(Including Cohen Children's / North Shore / LIJ / Lenox Hill / Staten Island)
29
NYP Hosp-Columbia Univ 7
NYP Hosp-Weill Cornell 6
NYU
(including Hosp. for Joint Disease/NYU Med)
8
Rochester/Strong Memorial 4
Rutgers
(including NJ Med School/Robert Wood Johnson)
12
Stony Brook 5
SUNY Downstate 31
Temple 4
University of California System
(incl Davis, San Diego, San Francisco, UCLA)
7
Yale 5

Updated as of March 17, 2016




Anesthesiology 21 (11%)   Ophthalmology 7 (4%)
Child Neurology 0   Oral Surgery 2 (1%)
Dermatology 2 (1%)   Orthopedic Surgery 2 (1%)
Emergency Medicine 14 (7%)   Otolaryngology 3 (1.5%)
Family Medicine 4 (2%)   Pathology 2 (1%)
Interventional Radiology 1 (.5%)   Pediatrics Categorical 19 (10%)
Medicine Categorical 48 (25%)   Pediatrics/Psychiatry / Child Psych 0
Medicine Preliminary 1 (.5%)   Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 2 (1%)
Medicine Primary 3 (1.5%)   Psychiatry 12 (6%)
Medicine/Emer Medicine 2 (1%)   Radiation Oncology 2 (1%)
Medicine-Pediatrics 2 (1%)   Radiology Diagnostic 2 (1%)
Neurology 5 (2.5%)   Surgery Categorical 14 (7%)
Neurosurgery 1 (.5%)   Surgery Preliminary 3 (1.5%)
Obstetrics/Gynecology 14 (7%)   Urology 5 (2.5%)
         
 
Primary Care without OB/GYN (Family Medicine, Medicine Categorical, Medicine Primary, Med/Peds, Pediatrics Categorical, Pediatrics Primary) 77 (40%)
Primary Care with OB/GYN 91 (47%)