Stateline medical students find the flawless match

Stateline medical students find the flawless match

It may be a far cry from March Madness, but based on the crowds at UConn Medical Center Friday, you'd never be able to tell they were actually gathered for "Match Madness".

"Today is an extraordinary day for our institution, the state of Louisiana and most importantly for our students". Out of the 200 students, organizers say the majority of them will become doctors in the NY area.

Whether it's in Chicago or across the country in Los Angeles, each student committed to three to seven years of perfecting their craft in family medicine, pediatrics, neurological surgery and much more.

The two UCF medical students who weren't matched this year continue to look for opportunities, according to the university. "I am confident each one of them will represent LSU Health Shreveport well strengthening our legacy of successful medical education", said Chancellor and School of Medicine Dean, Dr. G.E. Ghali.

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Match Day is a right of passage for fourth-year medical students.

Of the 116 fourth-year medical students this year, 114 were accepted into US residency programs.

Medical students in East Flatbush learned Friday which hospital they would complete their residency at.

A computer algorithm then simultaneously takes the list of programs ranked by the student and the list of students ranked by the residency programs to fill available positions.

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