Celebrating their residency matches were, from left: Sonia Yen Jarrett, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (Pediatrics); Jake Goldman Prigoff, NewYork Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center (General Surgery); and Adam Fields, Brigham and Women’s Hospital (General Surgery).
The upbeat dance-pop song “Feel This Moment” was playing at full volume in the Annenberg West lobby on Friday, March 18, as graduating medical students opened their envelopes to learn which residency programs they would be attending during the next phase of their training. Joining them were family members, friends, and Mount Sinai Health System physicians and staff who shared in their energy and excitement, and offered hugs and congratulations during the annual Match Day event.
The Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai’s graduating students were matched to residency programs throughout the country, including highly competitive ones at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Yale-New Haven Hospital, Duke University Medical Center, and University of California San Francisco Medical Center. Fifty one students will remain within the Mount Sinai Health System to continue all or part of their graduate training. Read more
The excitement was palpable as Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai’s 129 graduating students filled the Annenberg West lobby on Friday, March 20, to open their envelopes and learn which residency programs they would be attending during the next step of their medical training. Many family members, friends, and Mount Sinai Health System physicians were on hand to lend their support and cheer them on during such a milestone event. Read more
One hundred twenty-seven members of Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai’s Class of 2014 participated in the nation’s annual Match Day event on Friday, March 21. They gathered in the Annenberg West lobby to open their envelopes en masse and find out which residency programs they would be attending during the next phase of their training.