Match Day

The medical students of the Class of 2020

 

On March 20, 2020, senior medical students at the USA College of Medicine learned where they will be doing their residency training. The annual event – coined Match Day – serves as one of the biggest days in a medical student’s career.

After interviewing with residency programs across the nation, students rank their top-choice programs in order of preference. Training programs, in turn, rank the students who interviewed. The National Resident Matching Program then uses a mathematical algorithm to designate each applicant into a residency program. Nationally, nearly 45,000 applicants competed for 34,266 residency positions.

The USA College of Medicine seniors matched in 23 states, with 42 students matching out-of-state and 23 students matching in the state of Alabama. Eight of those students matching in Alabama matched at USA Health hospitals.

“Although this year we could not aggregate for our Match Day celebration as in the past, we are extremely proud of our students’ successes in securing excellent residency positions,” said Kelly Roveda, M.D., associate dean of student affairs. “Our students’ successes reflect years of hard work on their part and also speak to the quality of the educational training provided to them here in the USA College of Medicine.”
 

Match Day 2020

Results: Match Results for the Class of 2020 [PDF]
News: Match Day 2020 story in Med School Watercooler
 

Match Day Results 2009 through 2019

Results: Match Results for the Class of 2019 [PDF]
Results: Match Results for the Class of 2018 [PDF]
Results: Match Results for the Class of 2017 [PDF]
Results: Match Results for the Class of 2016 [PDF]
Results: Match Results for the Class of 2015 [PDF]
Results: Match Results for the Class of 2014 [PDF]
Results: Match Results for the Class of 2013 [PDF]
Results: Classes of 2009, 2010, 2011 & 2012 [PDF]