On National Match Day earlier this month, senior medicine students at Northeast Ohio Medical University learned where they will continue their medical training in residency programs after graduation.
Fifty-three percent of the College of Medicine’s graduating class will remain in Ohio for their residencies, 29 percent of which will stay in NEOMED’s hospital partners, and 44 percent of graduates will continue their training in a primary- care field such as family practice, internal medicine, pediatrics or obstetrics/gynecology.
These students will continue their training in residencies:
Ankit Bansal of Boardman will pursue orthopaedic surgery at Virginia Commonwealth University Health System in Richmond, Va. Bansal is a graduate of Boardman High School and Youngstown State University.
Lauren Dalvin of Canfield will pursue ophthalmology at Mayo School of Graduate Medical Education in Rochester, Minn. Dalvin will complete a year in preliminary internal medicine at the Mayo School of Graduate Medical Education in Rochester, Minn. Dalvin is a graduate of Canfield High School and YSU.
Emily George of Salem will pursue internal medicine at Summa Health System/NEOMED in Akron. George is a graduate of Salem High School and The University of Akron.
Thomas Krupko of Alliance will pursue orthopaedic surgery at Summa Health System/NEOMED in Akron. Krupko is a graduate of Marlington High School and YSU.
Hilliary Sismondo of Poland will pursue pediatrics at State University of New York Upstate Medical University in Syracuse, N.Y. Sismondo is a graduate of Poland Seminary High School and YSU.
Gerald Wasko Jr. of Liberty will pursue family medicine at St. Elizabeth Health Center/ NEOMED in Youngstown. Wasko is a graduate of Liberty High School and Kent State University.
Andrew Yocum of North Lima will pursue emergency medicine at Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center in Columbus. Yocum is a graduate of Kent State University.
The 107 students from the College of Medicine’s Class of 2013 who participated in the match program are among medical school seniors nationwide who received results of the National Resident Matching Program.
Students began applying for residency programs at the beginning of their senior year and participated in interviews with hospital officials during the fall and winter months.
Students indicated their residency preferences to the NRMP, hospitals indicated their preference of students, and the NRMP matched the two.