Medical Partnership 2016 Match Day Results

Resident applicants at the AU/UGA Medical Partnership gathered on Friday, March 18 at noon in George Hall at the UGA Health Sciences Campus for Match Day, an event celebrating the next step in their medical careers.  Sealed envelopes addressed to individual students were dropped from lanterns for each of the members of the Class of 2016, and inside each envelope was a personal letter revealing where the student will pursue his or her postgraduate medical education.

 

An annual event, Match Day takes place after students participated in interviews and visits to residency programs in Georgia and across the country.  To determine the post-graduation assignments, the students ranked hospitals where they would like to complete residencies, and hospital residency programs ranked the student applicants.  The lists are then submitted to the nonprofit organization National Resident Matching Program in Washington, D.C., which uses an algorithm that aligns the choices of the applicants with those of the residency programs.  The final pairings are announced simultaneously across the United States at noon on the third Friday in March.

 

AU/UGA Medical Partnership participants in Match Day 2016 were honored with the following Residency Appointments:

Last Name

First Name

Institution Name

Program Name

Amin

Parth

Atlanta Medical Center

Internal Medicine

Bringuel

Brandon

University of Alabama Medical Center

Internal Medicine

Campbell

Joshua

Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center (NC)

Internal Medicine

Cazares

David

Medical College of Georgia

Pediatrics

Chung

Jane

Medical College of Georgia

General Surgery

Couch

Luke

University of Tennessee College of Medicine

General Surgery-Prelim

Deutsch

Kalie

Emory University School of Medicine

Obstetrics-Gynecology

Doegg

Zachary

University of Alabama Medical Center

Internal Medicine

Dolezal

Samuel

Abbott Northwestern (MN)

Internal Medicine

Edenfield

Leia

Maine Medical Center

Vascular Surgery

Galvin

William

Rhode Island Hospital/Brown University

Emergency Medicine

Hembree

Samuel

Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center (NH)

Anesthesiology

Janeira

David

Medical College of Georgia

Internal Medicine

Johnson

Andrew

PG1 Texas A&M

Medicine-Preliminary

 

 

PG2 Texas A&M

Ophthalmology

Kabani

Samat

University of Michigan Hospital

Internal Medicine

King

Brian

Maine Medical Center

Internal Medicine

Krakowiak

Joseph

Self Regional Healthcare (SC)

Family Medicine

Lam

Ryan

University of Tennessee College of Medicine

Internal Medicine

Lo

Charlene

WellStar Kennestone Regional Medical Center (GA)

Internal Medicine

Lou

Michael

Loyola University Medical Center (IL)

Medicine-Pediatrics

Mahmood

Syed

Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center (NC)

Internal Medicine

McSwain

Sallie

Medical University of South Carolina

Obstetrics-Gynecology

O'Brien

Shannon

Louisiana State University School of Medicine

Otolaryngology

Olsen

Gregory

University of Florida College of Medicine

Pathology

Otten

Reed

University of New Mexico School of Medicine

Internal Medicine

Pham

Thuy-Van

Emory University School of Medicine

Internal Medicine

Schaefer

Malinda

University of Minnesota Medical School

Obstetrics-Gynecology

Sherman

Forrest

University of Michigan Hospital

Pediatrics

Smith

Lara

Anderson Area Medical Center (SC)

Family Medicine

Smith

Christopher

Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center (LA)

Pediatrics

Swanson

Jonathan

Emory University School of Medicine

Emergency Medicine

Swavely

Natalie

PG1 Virginia Commonwealth University Health System

Surgery-Prelim

 

 

PG2 Virginia Commonwealth University Health System

Urology

Vinson

Joseph

Emory University School of Medicine

Psychiatry

Webber

Michael

George Washington University (DC)

Orthopaedic Surgery

Wood

Colton

University of Virginia

Family Medicine

Yun

Phillip

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (MA)

Internal Medicine

Raybon

(Class of 2015)

Courtney

Vanderbilt University Medical

Radiology-Interventional (Integrated)