Medical students get residency placements
ROOTSTOWN -- One hundred senior medical students from the Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine were placed in residencies through the National Resident Matching Program, which pairs medical facilities with graduating medical students.
Fifty-three percent of NEOUCOM's class of 2005 graduates will stay in Ohio for their residencies.
NEOUCOM is a state medical school with a combined B.S./M.D. program with Youngstown State University, the University of Akron and Kent State University.
The following students were matched through the program:
UGerald Curd of Youngstown (Aultman Hospital, Canton).
UAutumn Dean of Hubbard (Travis Air Force Base, Calif.).
UPaul Harkey of Canfield (Metrohealth Medical Center, Cleveland).
UCherie Hart of Ravenna (Summa Health, Akron).
UAmber Petrolla of Poland (Case Western/University Hospital, Cleveland).
UMelissa Schorsten of Boardman (UPMC in Pittsburgh, Pa.).
UJohn Scrocco of Canfield (Summa Health, Akron).
UStacy Slaven of Lowellville (West Res Care, Youngstown).
UDavid St. John of Beloit (matched with Aultman Hospital, Canton).
UJoshua Weaver of Salem (Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland).
UCourtney Young of Berlin Center (Riverside Methodist, Columbus).