College of Medicine and Life Sciences - MD Programs

Match Day

Amala Ambati, left, Megan Mooney and Eric Lindsley all matched at The University of Toledo. Ambati will study internal medicine, Mooney will focus on orthopaedics, and Lindsley will work in physical medicine and rehabilitation.

Fourth-year medical students learned their residency placements at the annual Match Day ceremony on Friday, March 17. Follow along on social media with #UToledoMatch and experience the annual Match Day ritual, where student learn where they will spend the next three to seven years training in their chosen specialty, from anesthesiology to general surgery to pediatrics.

About the Match

A computer algorithm administered by the National Resident Matching Program "matches" students and residency programs together. Students spend months interviewing at hospitals and universities across the nation to find the ideal institutions that will best help them perfect their chosen specialties. The students then rank their top choices, and academic and community-based medical centers nationwide rank their top student choices. Residents are licensed physicians who care for patients under the supervision of attending physicians and represent the medical work force of tomorrow.

Results

View the 2017 Match Results
View the 2016 Match Results

View the 2015 Match Results

View the 2014 Match Results


Photo Booth

Match Day 2017 photo booth

Check out photos from our booth in our Facebook album.



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Social Media Images

Did you match? Share the news with your family and friends with our images on social media using #UToledoMatch and #Match2017:

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Last Updated: 3/20/17