Residencies Start for Downstate’s Class of 2016

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It’s halfway through July, and if residency orientations haven’t already started for Downstate’s newest graduates, they will start soon. Of the 204 members of the Class of 2016, 202 applied for residencies, and 194 (95.1% percent) matched on March 28. Read on for more statistics.

31 graduates (16% of the class) will stay on for residencies at SUNY Downstate 83 (43%) will attend residencies in New York City (including at Downstate) 14 (7%) in the Bronx 31 (21%) in Brooklyn 34 (18%) in Manhattan 2 (1%) in Queens 2 (1%) in Staten Island

34 graduates (18%) will stay in metropolitan areas outside NYC (Nassau, Suffolk, Westchester) 121 (62%) total will stay in New York State

73 graduates (38% of the class) will attend residencies outside of New York State 16 in California 14 in New Jersey 10 in Pennsylvania 7 in Connecticut 4 in Michigan 4 in Texas 2 in Illinois 2 in Washington State One each in Washington DC, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Missouri, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Ohio, Rhode Island, Tennessee and Virginia.

As far as specialties go: 48 (25%) are classified Medicine Categorical 21 (11%) are Anesthesiology 19 (10%) are Pediatrics Categorical 14 (7%) are Emergency Medicine 14 (7%) are Obstetrics/Gynecology 14 (7%) are Surgical Categorical 12 (6%) are Psychiatry 7 (4%) are Ophthalmology 5 (2.5%) are Neurology 5 (2.5%) are Urology 4 (2%) are Family Medicine 3 (1.5%) are Medicine Primary 3 (1.5%) are Otolaryngology 3 (1.5%) are Surgery Primary 2 (1%) are Dermatology 2 (1%) are Medicine/Emer. Medicine 2 (1%) are Medicine-Pediatrics 2 (1%) are Oral Surgery 2 (1%) are Orthopedic Surgery 2 (1%) are Pathology 2 (1%) are Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 2 (1%) are Radiation Oncology 2 (1%) are Radiology Diagnostic 1 (.5%) Interventional Radiology 1 (.5%) Medicine Preliminary 1 (.5%) Neurosurgery 1 (.5%) Psychiatry/Family Medicine

77 (40%) are Primary Care without OB/GYN (Family Medicine, Medicine Categorical, Medicine Primary, Med/Peds, Pediatrics Categorical, Pediatrics Primary and Psychiatry/Family Medicine) 91 (47%) are Primary Care with OB/GYN

The top hospitals include: 31 graduates will complete residencies at SUNY Downstate 29 at Northwell, including Cohen Children’s/North Shore/LIJ/Lenox Hill/Staten Island 13 at Einstein Montefiore/Jacobi 12 at ICAHN Mt. Sinai/St. Luke’s/Beth Israel 12 at Rutgers, including NJ Med School/Robert Wood Johnson 7 at NYP Hospital-Columbia University 7 at University of California System, including Davis, San Diego, San Francisco, UCLA 6 at NYP Hospital-Weill Cornell Medical Center 5 at New York Medical, including Phelps/Westchester Medical Center 5 at Stony Brook 5 at Yale 4 at NYU, including the Hospital for Joint Disease/NYU Med 4 at Temple 2 at Baylor 2 at Children’s Oakland 2 at Detroit Medical Center 2 at Drexel University Hospital 2 at Kaiser Permanente-Fontana and Oakland 2 at Rochester/Strong Memorial

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