PCOM celebrated the hard work and perseverance of the Class of 2020 during our first virtual Match Day. Here are just a few of our amazing students who matched:
Janine Miller (PharmD '20) matched at Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia, PA for her PGY-1 pharmacy residency.
Shay Gibson (DO '20) shares the excitement she felt when she learned her match as a family medicine physician in Alabama.
Khadijah Jihad (DO '20) matched at WellStar Kennestone in Marietta, Georgia and shares why she chose to pursue emergency medicine.
Caroline Lloyd (DO '20) shares her inspirations for pursuing medicine as well as her excitement in matching to an emergency medicine residency in Springfield, MA.
Arrington Mason-Callaway (PharmD '20) explains why he chose a residency and offers advice for first year pharmacy students.
Lucy Yang (PharmD '20) discusses what inspired her to pursue a career in pharmacy and why she chose a residency.
More than 120 PCOM Georgia fourth year medical students matched into a wide range of residency programs.
In the wake of COVID-19 social restrictions, DO and PsyD students took their residency match celebrations online with #PCOMmatch.
Samantha Bush (DO '20) has always admired the idea of the traditional community doctor who "does it all" and selected the specialty that most closely aligns with how she wants to practice.
Lianna Artessa (PsyD '21) says she cannot think of another career more valuable or better suited to her as she celebrates matching at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.
Jazmin C. Garcia (DO '20) discusses what inspired her to pursue a career as a pediatrician and her feelings about matching at her top choice.
Bryan Akpuaka (DO '20) matched in physical medicine and rehabilitation, also known as physiatry or abbreviated as PM&R, at Sinai Hospital of Baltimore, Maryland.
Kenneth Veit, DO, Provost, Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean, has a special message for students as they find out where they'll be continuing their medical education.