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ROOTSTOWN, Ohio – Fourth-year students at Northeast Ohio Medical University will continue their training at some of the country’s best hospitals as 139 College of Medicine students received their residency matches last Friday.

Among the hospitals selecting NEOMED students were the Mayo Clinic, Cleveland Clinic and Johns Hopkins Hospital. Of the students who were matched, 58% were matched with hospitals in Ohio.

“We are so proud of our medicine students. Whether they remain in Northeast Ohio, train elsewhere in Ohio or at many great institutions all across the United States, they will continue to make us proud,” said Dr. Elisabeth H. Young, dean of the College of Medicine.

The announcements were made as part of National Match Day, when medical students across the country find out what hospitals have accepted them as residents. This year’s residency matching program was the largest in history as 37,103 students applied for 33,167 positions.

Through the National Residency Matching Program, 92% of NEOMED fourth-year students of were placed and another 5% were placed through the organization’s Supplemental Offer and Acceptance Program.

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