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Members of the Pritzker School of Medicine Class of 2018 will be heading to all reaches of the country for their residency training, but first, it's time to celebrate together.
"I want you to know that we are proud of each and every one of you, not only for what’s inside the envelope, but for the impact you’ve made on our institution and on our campus during the time you’ve been here,” Holly Humphrey, MD, Pritzker’s dean for medical education, told the class.
Other popular specialties are pediatrics (12), psychiatry (10), emergency medicine and general surgery (8 each), and anesthesiology and obstetrics-gynecology (7 each).
Twenty-two students will remain at University of Chicago Medicine for all or part of their training.
Fourteen students are headed to residencies at Harvard-affiliated hospitals.
Other hospitals accepting multiple Pritzker recruits are the University of Michigan, University of Texas programs, and University of Washington (4 each), and Duke University, University of Pennsylvania, and University of California-San Francisco (3 each).
The most popular specialty chosen this year by Pritzker’s 97 matching students was internal medicine, with 26 students or 27 percent of the class.