College of Medicine and Life Sciences - MD Programs

Match Day 2010

139 of 141 graduating seniors applied for residency positions through the National Residency Matching Program (NRMP), the San Francisco Match and the US Military Match. 137 students matched into 20 different medical specialties, as follows:



Specialty # Specialty #
†Anesthesiology 12 †Orthopaedic Surgery 10
Emergency Medicine 13 Otolaryngology 1
*Family Medicine 8 Pathology 2
General Surgery 10 *†Pediatrics 24
*Internal Medicine 20 Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation 3
*Medicine/Pediatrics 1 Plastic Surgery 1
Neurological Surgery 1 †Psychiatry 11
Neurology 2 Radiation Oncology 1
Obstetrics & Gynecology 8 Radiology/Diagnostic 7
Ophthalmology 1 Transitional Year 1

†Highest in UTCOM History; *Primary Care Specialties

Most popular institutions:
The University of Toledo (14), The Ohio State University (10), University of Michigan (7), University Hospitals of Cleveland Case Medical Center (4), Wayne State University (4), William Beaumont Hospital (4), Harvard (3), Indiana University (3), Medical University of South Carolina (3), Riverside Methodist Hospital (3), University of Cincinnati (3), University of Louisville (3), University of Pittsburgh (3), Wright State University (3)

Examples of other competitive academic programs where UT COM students matched:
Cleveland Clinic, Dartmouth, Emory, Johns Hopkins, Mayo Clinic, New York University, Northwestern, Tufts, UCLA, University of Pennsylvania, University of Southern California, University of Washington, University of Wisconsin, Wake Forest, Washington University

Total number who will train at UTCOM: 14 (10.2%)
Total number who will train in other Toledo area programs: 6( 4.4%)
Total number who will train in Northwest Ohio: 20 (14.6%)
Total number who will train in Ohio: 53 (39.0%)
Total number of states where students will train: 25

Most popular states outside of Ohio:
Michigan (19), California (6), Kentucky (6) and New York (6)

National Benchmark Comparisons
  UTCOM US Seniors
Percent entering Primary Care 38.7 47.4
Percent entering all other Specialties 61.3 52.6
Percent entering Orthopaedic Surgery 7.3 4.0
Percent entering Pediatrics 17.5 11.4
Percent entering Psychiatry 8.0 4.5
Percent entering Anesthesiology 8.8 6.2
Percent entering Emergency Medicine 9.4 7.9
Percent entering PM&R 2.1 1.0
Percent entering Radiology 5.1 5.4
Percent entering Neurology 1.5 1.8
Percent entering General Surgery (Categorical) 5.8 6.0
Percent entering Obstetrics & Gynecology 5.8 6.1
Percent entering Family Medicine 5.8 7.8
Percent entering Internal Medicine (Categorical) 13.1 18.2
Last Updated: 6/26/15