NYMC Class of 2024 Matches with Top Institutions Across U.S.

New York Medical College School of Medicine's Class of 2024 matched with 77 institutions across 18 states and Washington, D.C. for residency training. Top career choices include internal medicine, emergency medicine, and anesthesiology, with many students matching with regional and prestigious research-intensive academic medical centers.

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NYMC Class of 2024 Matches with Top Institutions Across U.S.

NYMC Class of 2024 Matches with Top Institutions Across U.S.

The New York Medical College School of Medicine's Class of 2024 has matched with 77 institutions across 18 states and Washington, D.C. for their residency training. The milestone was celebrated on Match Day, a national event where graduating medical students learn of their residency placements.

Why this matters: This achievement highlights the importance of medical education and training in addressing the growing need for skilled healthcare professionals in the United States. As these future physicians embark on their careers, they will play a critical role in shaping the country'shealthcare landscape and improving patient outcomes.

The top career choices for the Class of 2024 include internal medicine, emergency medicine, anesthesiology, general surgery, psychiatry, radiology, pediatrics, obstetrics and gynecology, and neurology. Many students matched with regional institutions for their training, such as Westchester Medical Center, NYC Health + Hospitals/Metropolitan, NYC Health + Hospitals/Lincoln, Lenox Hill Hospital, Northern Westchester Hospital, Northwell Health System, Mount Kisco, and Greenwich Hospital.

Others will be trained at prestigious research-intensive academic medical centers across the country, including Beth Israel-Deaconess, Brigham and Women's Hospital (affiliated with Harvard Medical School), Brown, Columbia, Dartmouth, Johns Hopkins, New York University, Mount Sinai, Weill Cornell, and Yale.

Thomas Gagliardi, an Armonk resident who matched with Massachusetts General Hospital for orthopedic surgery, expressed his excitement: "Getting a job at Harvard in orthopedic surgery is a dream come true... New York Medical College has done so much for me and I couldn't be more grateful for all the people who have helped me get to this point." He said.

Katherine Lo, SOM Student Senate President, matched with the University of California, San Francisco for internal medicine. "This has been my dream since high school and I'm so excited to come home to San Francisco... My NYMC experience was beyond anything I could have ever imagined," she said.

Joseph Conti, who matched with Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City for thoracic surgery, reflected on his journey: "NYMC was the only medical school to offer me an interview, and four years later, I am graduating as president of the NYMC chapter of the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society and have interviewed for residency training at some of the most prestigious hospitals in the world."

Neil Schluger, MD, SOM dean, congratulated the students on their accomplishments:"Now it's a reality: They're all going to be doctors and they're all going to be trained in great places... Congratulations to all of you. We will watch you with pride and excitement for what you will accomplish in yourcareer."

The New York Medical College School of Medicine's Class of 2024 is poised to make a significant impact in the medical field as they embark on their residency training at top institutions across the United States. With their diverse career choices and placements at both regional and nationally renowned hospitals, these future physicians are well-prepared to tackle the challenges of modern medicine and make a difference in the lives of their patients.