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Discussion in 'Medical Students - DO' started by kenjixshadow, Mar 16, 2018.

  1. Ho0v-man

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    Is that before or after the google doc was filled out?
     
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    Thank you!
     
  4. Dr.Jekyll75

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    I loved that someone matched OMT at pcom, making AT still proud
     
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    LOL
     
  6. AnatomyGrey12

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    There is always that one person...
     
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    We do our own google doc as a class for fun starting at the AOA match, it is not mandatory, and only about 40 people filled out our google drive doc this year. Our schools (SOMAs) match list was sent to us via email on a non-editable official document that listed what I stated above for every applicant in our class (108 students).

    The administration publishes a full list in conjunction with ATSU-KCOM that comes out in late April.

    Not sure why you are being naive and picking a fight about this, if you don’t go there then you obviously have no understanding of the behind the scenes stuff that goes on.
     
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    Marian COM 2018 Match List

    ANESTHESIA
    McLaren Greater Lansing Lansing MI
    Indiana University School of Medicine (3) Indianapolis IN
    Wayne State University School of Med Pontiac MI
    University of Illinois COM Chicago IL
    Allegheny General Hospital Pittsburgh PA

    DERMATOLOGY
    St. Joseph Mercy Clinton Township MI
    Largo Medical Center Largo FL

    EMERGENCY MEDICINE
    St. Barnabas Hospital Bronx NY
    Lakeland Health (2) Saint Joseph MI
    Metro Health Hospital - Univ of MI Wyoming MI
    Henry Ford Allegiance Health Jackson MI
    Wright Patterson AFB Medical Center Dayton OH
    Franciscan Health Emergency Medicine Olympia Fields IL
    McLaren Oakland Mount Clemens MI
    ProMedica Monroe Regional Hospital Monroe MI
    University at Buffalo School of Medicine (2) Buffalo NY
    UCF COM/GME Consortium Gainesville FL
    SIU SOM & Affilliate Hospitals Springfield IL
    Comanche County Memorial Hospital Lawton OK
    Cape Fear Valley Medical Center Fayetteville NC
    Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital Wyandotte MI

    FAMILY MEDICINE
    St Vincent Hospital (4) Indianapolis IN
    Indiana University School of Medicine (4) Indianapolis IN
    Union Hospital Terre Haute IN
    St Francis Hospital Center (4) Indianapolis IN
    Indiana University Health Ball Memorial (2) Muncie IN
    CommuniCare Inst. for GME & Research San Antonio TX
    Univ of Arizona COM at South Campus Tucson AZ
    Community Health Network (6) Indianapolis IN
    St. Josephs Regional Medical Center (2) Mishawaka IN
    Fort Wayne Medical Education Program (3) Fort Wayne IN
    University of Virginia Charlottesville VA
    Munson Medical Center Traverse City MI
    Bethesda Hospital (2) Cincinnati OH
    Mike O'Callaghan Federal Hospital Nellis AF Base NV
    Trident Medical Center Charleston SC
    Texas Tech University El Paso TX
    Reid Health (2) Richmond IN
    Medical College of Wisconsin Appleton WI
    Genesys Regional Med Center Grand Blanc MI
    Maine-Dartmouth FM Program Augusta ME
    Grant Medical Center Columbus OH
    Lake Cumberland Somerset KY

    INTERNAL MEDICINE
    Lower Bucks Hospital Bristol PA
    Desert Regional Medical Center Palm Springs CA
    Indiana University School of Medicine Indianapolis IN
    Mercy Health (2) Muskegon MI
    Henry Ford Hospital Detroit MI
    University of Illinois COM (2) Chicago IL
    Mountain Vista Medical Center Mesa AZ
    Christ Hospital (2) Cincinnati OH
    St Vincent Hospital (8) Indianapolis IN
    Ochsner Clinic Foundation New Orleans LA
    Lakeland Health St. Joseph MI
    University of Texas Medical Branch (2) Galveston TX
    St John Macomb-Oakland Hospital (2) Warren MI
    University of Chicago Medical Center Chicago IL
    St. Joseph Mercy Ann Arbor MI
    Medical College of Wisconsin Milwaukee WI
    Western Reserve Cuyahoga Falls OH

    GENERAL SURGERY
    Henry Ford Macomb Clinton Township MI
    Drexel University Philadelphia PA
    HealthONE Englewood CO
    St Vincent Hospital Indianapolis IN

    IM/EM
    Aria Health Philadelphia PA

    NEUROLOGY
    Larkin Community Hospital South Miami FL
    Indiana University School of Medicine Indianapolis IN

    OB/GYN
    McLaren Greater Lansing Lansing MI
    St Vincent Hospital Indianapolis IN
    Kennedy University/Our Lady of Lourdes Stratford NJ
    University of Tennessee Memphis TN
    Good Samaritan Hospital Cincinnati OH
    Indiana University School of Medicine Indianapolis IN
    Central Michigan University Saginaw MI

    ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY
    Doctors Hospital Columbus OH

    OMM/NMM
    MSUCOM East Lansing MI

    PEDIATRICS
    St Vincent Hospital (2) Indianapolis IN
    Eastern Virginia Medical School Norfolk VA
    Nationwide Childrens Hospital Columbus OH
    Indiana University School of Medicine Indianapolis IN
    Palmetto Health Columbia SC
    University of New Mexico Albuquerque NM
    Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Baton Rouge LA
    University of Illinois- St Francis Peoria IL

    PHYSICAL MEDICINE AND REHABILITATION
    Case Western Cleveland OH
    NYU School of Medicine New York NY
    SUNY Upstate Syracuse NY
    University of North Carolina Chapel Hill NC

    PRELIM NEUROSURGERY/GEN SURGERY
    University of Texas Medical Branch Houston TX

    PSYCHIATRY
    Community Health Network (2) Indianapolis IN
    University of Kansas Wichita KS
    Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Grand Rapids MI
    West Virginia University Morgantown WV
    University of Toledo Toledo OH
    Griffin Memorial Hospital Norman OK
    University of South Alabama Mobile AL

    RADIOLOGY
    Oakwood Hospital Dearborn MI

    TRI
    MSUCOM/McLaren Oakland Pontiac MI
    St. Anthony Hospital Oklahoma City OK
    Allegheny Health Network Pittsburgh PA
    Arnot Health Elmira NY

    TY
    Navy Medical Center (2) San Diego CA
    William Beaumont Army Center El Paso TX
    St Lucie Medical Center Port St Lucie FL

    UROLOGICAL SURGERY
    St John Providence Warren MI
     
  9. docbsb2015

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    And yes, I know the formatting sucks
     
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    What does, “pre-lim neurosurgery/Gen surg” even mean....
     
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  11. docbsb2015

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    Lol no idea I just copy pasted and reformatted
     
  12. navigator

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    IM at THE Univ of Chicago?
     
  13. AnatomyGrey12

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    Almost 100% assuredly is Northshore.
     
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    Also a mindblowing UCSF match for pathology too
     
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    Can someone post KCU's list (or at least, noteworthy matches)? I've tried like twice to get into the FB group but keep getting rejected....:(

    Edit: Never mind someone added me!
     
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  16. SLC

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    It’s a great match, but UCSF has been taking DO’s for at least the past 3 years. One of my SOMA classmates from 2015 matched there. She may have been the first.
     
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    TIL. I knew UCSF Fresno took DOs but I never knew the OG accepted them too
     
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    Yep, my classmate is at the SF main campus.
     
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    UCSF and Stanford pathology both took DOs. I think last year this field match 35% American grads if memory serves.
     
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    Anyone have a list of WVSOM's match, by any chance?! I've been checking their site at least 8 times/day for the past few weeks, and still nothing =(
     
  21. DNC127

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    probs best to find a different hobby for now..
     
  22. AnatomyGrey12

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    They won’t post it. You have to email them and ask for it.
     
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    Right on!
     
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    We've had students go into psych and OB at UCSF main campus from my school
     
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    How long till the nrmp puts the complete charting out?
     
  26. AnatomyGrey12

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    This is the document I really want to see.
     
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    You mean one that actually has USMLE scores and more complete info lol? I won't hold my breath.
     
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    alright thats what i was looking for lol thank you
     
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    Honestly, it's worse than useless. It was actively bad to publish the last one with that incomplete info. It paints a misleading picture by not including the absolutely undebatably most important aspect of an application (particularly DO). There is so much to glean from the added perspective. General surgery match statistics are a great example of this. If the numbers are 60% or whatever but most of those people had no USMLE or mediocre scores I'm not exactly surprised as they got typical bad DO advising. If most of these dudes are getting 240 and still not matching we have something to talK about.
     
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    Yep. Almost every single person I know that applied to GS with above a 230 matched, whether they were someone in real life or someone I reached out to on SDN. There was one exception. I agree the last Outcomes published was worthless. I was really hoping they would throw Step scores on there this time but I think you're right and that they won't. Aggravating.
     
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    i dont think they will throw step scores on there until the class of 2020. Many people in my class choose to no take it because of the AOA myths that they believe about comlex= usmle . The class of 2019 is the last year we will have the aoa match and i think its the last year they wont publish step scores for DO matching applicants
     
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    Since Step scores aren't being posted, what the best way to interpret the report? Just disregard and aim for numbers higher than the MD one?
     
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    i suppose you could go through that path. the Frieda system is flawed so i wouldn't use that . next best idea is stick with old AOAs that have been given initial accreditation into the acgme and stick with comlex score standards for the specialty
     
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    How is Frieda flawed? Clueless incoming student here.
     
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    It is not updated and has many inaccuracies. All you can do is apply to programs you know aren't anti-do either via the grapevine or good old residency roster creeping. The key is to have better scores than your MD competitors.
     
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    And/or audition rotations, which never get stressed on importance on SDN.
     
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    In the DO world audition are huge but as we start in this brave new ACGME only match things will change. 1. According to a few program directors at my hospital, audition rotation at OLD AOAs are still king. Nothing says i want to come here like spending a month rotating through when they know realistically you can only go to 4 auditions at most. So if you wanna match at a certain place thats an old AOA, audition there. 2. Apply broadly. 3. Aoa directors used to be able to give you "good feedback" and let you know you had a spot at the program in the past, now with the whole initial accreditation they don't want to risk it so they won't do that anymore. 4. looking at residency rosters > beats frieda stats. This has been told to be by multiple people in this years match and in the past. Just because there is 1 do in the program, doesnt mean they are DO friendly. Look for a trend 1-2 a year is a good sign.
     
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    It's commonly cited as generally not advisable unless you meet a few specific scenarios and specific fields.
     
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    I've never heard of this. Every PD I've spoken to has specifically noted the importance of audition rotations. It's their only chance they get to see how you are as a clinician as opposed to a set of numbers on a piece of paper.
     
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    Declining #s of DO's from year to year is a bad sign. Not just having DO's from year to year. But in general, I am a proponent of audition rotations, especially at reach programs.

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    Doesn't an average medical student in an average medical school have adequate clinical education, and thus shall function well as a clinician in a residency program. Unless the quality of the education is questionable, then audition rotations are needed.
     
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    Old school AOA PDs, as stated before, agree with what you said. On the ACGME side of things the general consensus is not to do aways unless the specific field has a culture of aways (most surgery etc), you are sure you will perform well in a new environment and aren't going to do poorly (difficult for MD but particularly hard for DO students new to academic centers etc), and it is a program that you aren't particularly competitive for on paper or a place that you have no idea if it is DO friendly or not. Reserve them for reach programs and formerly AOA programs.

    I think it is important to remember that everyone thinks that they are just going to go on an away and do great, but just like boards/mcat, that's just not the case. You have a whole month of facetime to put your foot in your mouth/**** up ONCE to kiss your chances at matching at the program goodbye. Most DOs don't have great exposure to academic medicine and won't gel with the team as quickly as their MD counterparts even if they have superior knowledge base and will thus look worse. Aways are for punching above your weight and making connections/getting letters more than anything. It's not something you do at a program that should extend you an interview based on your stats anyways. For example, someone going into IM with a 240 is better to just apply broadly and get interviews instead of spend a month somewhere with an unfamiliar EMR and whatnot and remove all doubt that the program doesn't want to interview them.
     
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    Agreed, it's slightly better than a Hail Mary pass and ideal for reaches that you wouldn't have a shot at otherwise. And for sure you should do well in these.

    I acknowledge that you may or may not overestimate your abilities but that isn't for me to say. If it's a reach to begin with then if you do bad then nothing lost and if you do well then the world may be your oyster so to speak.

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    Definitely something I need to follow-up on/learn more about. We have hospital days at our school and literally every PD says do an away with us. But then again, these are all AOA/former AOA programs.
     
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    This is why. In the ACGME/MD world aways are pretty much non-existent except for certain fields. It’s actually discouraged most of the time.
     
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    are aways in Rads common?
     
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    Also, some MD applicants did top tier aways and got courtesy interview invites but they had no intention of actually ranking them high (the aways being their only top interviews). Some programs may interview everyone who does an away but it's hard to elevate your position on the list if too low to begin with. So just important to be aware of the risk involved with these, but for DOs I think they're a good idea if can afford it.
     
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    I'm interested in rads right now so I was looking through the forums on here and they had an interesting thread on rads aways:

    Away rotations

    TL/DR: Only do an away in rads if you have a great personality or can help make their lives significantly easier, otherwise don't.
     
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    What are your thoughts on it for Psychiatry and Family Medicine (trying to lock in a specific region).
     
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    I personally would not be planning on doing aways if I were going for those specialties.
     
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