Podiatry Residency Match List 2017

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  1. SLCpod

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    I'm excited to see where everyone will end up for residency! Good luck!
     
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    Congrats to everyone who matched! Long four years have paid off!!!!
     
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    Congrats to everyone! It's been a long road, but we did it!
     
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    I'll be going to North Colorado Medical Center.
     
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    Congrats, SLCp! If your personality in real life is similar to how you carry yourself here on SDN Pod subsection, they'll love you!

    Was this your first choice program?
     
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    Mercy Health Medical Center in Lorain/Cleveland, OH.... Looking forward for the next 3 years!
     
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    From all the residents to our new first years, thanks for taking holiday call next year.
     
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    Anyone have information on match lists/numbers of any of the schools?
     
  10. SLCpod

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    I know that a few people are going to MP II from CSPM but it is only word of mouth. Best of luck to those who are still looking for a program.

    Does anyone have a list of the programs that are in MP II?
     
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    Match results:

    RESIDENCY POSITIONS: 571
    POSITIONS FILLED (after MP I): 516 90.37%
    POSITIONS UNFILLED: 55

    APPLICANTS: 628
    Class of 2017: 576
    Previous classes: 52

    MATCHED:
    Class of 2017: 497
    Previous classes: 19

    UNMATCHED:
    Class of 2017: 79
    Previous classes: 33
     
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    looks good.
     
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    So if all the residency spots get filled, there's still going to be a guaranteed 57 people who don't get matched? I thought the residency shortage was over. Wasn't there a narrative of "we have a surplus of residency spots now"? Or am I reading this wrong
     
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    Unfortunately there will be 57 who don't get a spot and will most likely apply next year. This will add to the number of applicants next year. The shortage problem is never going away. The problem isn't the number of residencies but rather the variability in the number of graduates per year.
     
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    How do these numbers compare with previous year matches? Is the residency shortage getting better or worse?
     
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    I guess we don't know for sure how many didn't match until after MP II at the end of the week. There may be programs that don't take anyone.
     
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    Capping the class size for all 9 schools can be beneficial, i.e. <600 grads per year. But, this is a business so it probably won't happen.

    It will be nice though that those who matched can make a thread about the dos and don'ts of matching for current and to be pod students!!


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    That's nuts. I don't blame them for being selective but scary to think about. Some program directors during interviews mentioned people being unrealistic when applying to programs or people with stellar grades but no people person skills. But this number seems too large to only consist of oddballs.

    Would love to see a Do's and Don't for Matching starting from 1st year to 4th year as well. Valuable information.
     
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    Dos: work hard, be humble, be professional

    Don'ts: Be lazy, be non-teachable, be unprofessional

    I think that's about it. You will visit a lot of programs and you will find the one that fits your personality.
     
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    I have a question regarding what exactly is meant by unrealistic expectations from a students standpoint when applying to clerkships & residency positions. For example, two of the programs that I can see myself interested in is Mercy Regional Medical Center in Cleveland & Grant MC. I know that both of these programs have min GPA (3.0)/Class rank (50%). So, can I assume that if a student is right at the bubble of 3.0/50% that they could match at these programs or are the students matching there much higher say 3.5/upper 25%.
     
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    From what I heard at Kent specifically during interview: Some of these students did not apply to enough programs that were within their GPA range.

    For example- 1 student who did not match only applied to 2 programs thinking they were matched extremely high from what they heard. That in itself is naive thinking.

    Some students with not so stellar GPAs may apply to only top tier programs with unrealistic expectations to match instead of focusing on maximizing their yield through other programs.

    To reiterate what has been repeated on this thread- If you worked hard in school, passed your boards, and are a decent human being- you should have no problem finding a residency program that fits you.
     
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    We have pretty strict GPA and class rank cut offs. We typically get good students that are strong applicants. Every 3-4 months we have a student who should not be passing rotations and getting a residency program. Since the schools (some more so than others) are so unwilling to weed students out in the name of keeping those tuition $ flowing, I don't have a problem with a limited number of residency programs that may be slightly less than the number of graduates.

    Sorry, congrats to those that matched. Carry on.
     
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    Last year there were 576 active positions and 550 new graduates. So there was a surplus of active positions last year compared to new graduates. So the extra seats ate into the residual graduates from previous years a bit.

    This year there were 571 active positions and 576 new graduates. So there wasn't a surplus of active positions. If you count all the approved positions then there should still be a surplus compared to new graduates, but not every approved position is active every cycle.

    So far it looks like about 86% of new graduates have been placed at the end of Match Part I, but we'll have to see what happens after Match Part II (scramble). There's the potential for new graduate placement to end up anywhere from that 86% up to 96%. Although, yes, last cycle the placement rate for new graduates was 97.8% after Match Part II, but they also had 26 fewer graduates entering match last cycle and 5 more active spots and that 31 spot swing is pretty significant when we're dealing in the 500-600 range every year.

    Also, for our class specifically Sweatshirt, enrollment was low so we'll probably see fewer new graduates entering match during our cycle than in the cycles directly preceeding ours.

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    People say it all the time but you will more than likely match if you worked hard in class with a decent GPA, work hard on rotations, be teachable, don't tell a resident/attending they are wrong when they are most certainly correct, etc.

    I tend to remember students that are helpful and teachable. If I ask a question and you don't know it, come back the next day or later on with the answer to show you looked it up. In surgery, help position the patient, get images up, put the tourniquet on, have local drawn up if applicable, pull your own gown/gloves, adjust the light, etc and etc.

    Being "normal" goes a long way.
     
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    For any underclassmen, this is all you need to know. Work hard, show some initiative and you'll be fine. For those of you who don't know what I mean: work hard, show up early, leave late, be prepared for cases, and helpful while rounding with residents. If you make their life easier, they'll remember that.

    Also, if you don't know an answer to a question, don't get too worked up. During my first month out, I would take it too personal if I didn't know an answer which threw off my game a bit. Then I learned to just look it up later and report/call/text/email/or whatever the next day, and all would be fine. Doing that actually got me a great LOR for residency. I have plenty of friends with subpar gpa's who are going to really good programs, and I know people with great gpa's who didn't get interviews bc of their attitudes while out. A good gpa may get you the externship, but a crappy personality will prevent you from matching.

    Ps.... glad to see you active again pacpod. Hope all is well!
     
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    What was the pass-rate after the administration of the part 2 retake? Keeping track of all the different form of eligible and qualified is a full time job, but some of the 576 would have been knocked out by part 2 and wouldn't have been eligible - potentially reducing the applicant population below the positions available count?
     
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    Unofficial match list for Arizona so far:

    Medstar
    Swedish
    Katherine Shaw Bethea
    Tucson Medical Center
    Phoenix VA
    St. Vincent in Indy
    Intermountain Medical Center
    Rochester
    Wheaton Franciscan
    Franciscan St. Margaret
    UPMC
    Kaiser Santa Clara
    Crozer
    Botsford Medical Center
    OSF St. Anthony

    We had multiple people match at Intermountain, Phx VA, and UPMC. More to come after MPII

    Also, I agree with the above students and residents about how to match.

    Underclassmen: This thread: how difficult is to get into podiatry residency

    This is what I used as a guideline for my clerkships.

    Congrats to all who matched!

    PS- Used to have an account, however it's been so long since I've been on SDN that I forgot my old password:(
     
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    MP II round 1 programs:

    Adv IL Masonic
    Crozer Chester
    DePaul
    DVA- Atlanta
    DVA- Cleveland
    DVA- Illiana
    DVA- Loma Linda
    DVA- Madison
    Geisinger
    Gunderson
    Hahnemann
    Henry Ford Macomb
    Huntington
    Interfaith
    Jewish Hosp & St Mary's/ Kentucky One
    Katherine Shaw
    Kendall
    Kingsbrook Jewish
    Larkin Community
    Maricopa
    Millcreek
    New York-Pres
    New York Methodist
    NYU Hospitals
    Oschner
    Palmetto
    Pinnacle
    Roger Williams
    Roxborough
    St Bamabas NY
    St Bamabas NJ
    St Joseph IN
    St Joseph NY
    Staten Island
    University Hospital NJ
    Westchester Gen
    Western Reserve
    Womack

    Some programs may have had more than one spot available. After Round 1 I think there were 9 spots left.
     
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    Aka the number of students taken at 3-4 pod schools each year.
     
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    Thats a pretty bad list compared to most years. Jewish Kentucky, Macomb, Gundserson and then a whole lot of meh and the typical NYC programs. I guess University Hospital NJ is the old UMDNJ program so thats probably good training? You never want to scramble but this year looks especially rough. Good luck to those in the scramble.
     
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    Last year's scramble list:
    Programs
    Aria Health Hospital
    Bellevue Hospital/SMHN
    Botsford Hospital
    Brooklyn Hospital Center PMSR/RRA
    Bryn Mawr Hospital
    Christ Hospital
    DeKalb Medical Center
    DVA - Atlanta PMSR/RRA
    DVA - Loma Linda (Jerry L. Pettis)
    DVA - Northport
    DVA - Philadelphia
    DVA - Puget Sound Hlthcare Sys
    DVA - Tampa (J.A. Haley)
    Eastern Virginia Medical School
    Englewood Hospital and Medical Center
    Geisinger Community Medical Ctr
    Grant Medical Center
    HealthAlliance Hospital
    Inova Fairfax Hospital
    Legacy Health/Kaiser Permanente
    Long Beach Memorial Med Ctr
    Madigan Army Medical Center
    Mercy Hospital - MN
    Mount Sinai Hospital Manhattan
    Mt Sinai Hospital/DVA-North Chicago
    New York Methodist Hospital PMSR/RRA
    Northside Medical Center (WRHE)
    Our Lady of Lourdes Memorial Hospital
    Palisades Medical Center
    Phoenixville Hospital
    Presence St Joseph Hospital/Chicago
    Providence Hospital
    Roxborough Memorial Hospital
    St Barnabas Hospital - NY PMSR/RRA
    St Barnabas Hospital - NY PMSR/RRA
    St Mary's Medical Center
    St Vincent Hospital/WMC
    Steward - St. Elizabeth's Medical Center
    UnityPoint Health - Trinity Regional
    Univ of Pittsburgh Med Ctr Mercy
    Westchester General Hospital PMSR/RRA
    Wheaton Franciscan - Saint Joseph
    Wyckoff Heights Med Ctr PMSR/RRA
    Wyckoff Heights Med Ctr PMSR/RRA
     
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    Whoever gets St. Joseph Indiana will be a lucky scrambler.
     
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    I know the person and they are VERY happy.
     
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    Please elaborate. Is St Joseph Indiana a good program?


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    I visited and it was a GREAT program. I'll write a review on it in the upcoming days.
     
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    I noticed some programs seem to scramble a spot every year. Does that mean students are that disinterested?
     
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    It means they don't offer good training. Either people aren't rotating through, or the ones that do put them last on their rank list...or not at all. Or in the case of the NYC programs, they probably don't get many externs (if they take em) from outside of NYCPM and plenty of NYCPM students do a majority of their rotations outside of New York. Couple that with the fact that there are nearly 50 seats between all of the NYC residency programs and they are typically well represented on the list every year.
     
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    Yes, and very underrated


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    Just got an email from Barry saying they had 100% placement for CO 2017?
     
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    Received the same email!!!!
     
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    100% match rate is great. BUT.... Remember.... Some of those students may not have matched into RRA certified programs. IMHO... I'd rather wait a year to match with an RRA program than get a PMSR program only.
     
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    Good job BARRY!!
     
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    No you don't. You're best chance of getting a residency is the year you graduate. Ask some of the non-matched from previous years and ask if they'll take non-RRA programs from day one or continue to fight for a spot year in and year out and strike out.
     
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    Every year you wait to match only worsens your chances of placement. I've known people in this situation and it's scary.
     
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    Fair point. I suppose wha
    So that 64 number that did not place.. That includes this year and prior applicants not placed?
     
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    No doubt.
    Class of 2017: 94% placed.
    Class of 2016: 63% placed.
    Class of 2015: 40% placed.
    Prior Years: 18% placed.
     
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    Yes.
    36 not placed from class of 2017
    11 not placed from class of 2016
    3 not placed from class of 2015
    14 not placed from prior years
    64 total
     
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    So unless more positions open up or there are fewer applicants for the next coming years, that 64 will continue to increase?
     

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