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Where are you headed? Medical students learn on Match Day

The envelope please: Future physicians find out where they’ll serve their residencies

For the medical students at Keck School of Medicine of USC, there’s nothing quite like Friday’s Match Day — when the soon-to-be-doctors learn where they’ll serve their residencies. Here’s a peek at the scene as the students learned what the future holds (and where).

 

Match Day

Shuhan He celebrates getting his desired match (Harvard-affiliated Massachusetts General Hospital) with girlfriend Mary Wang, who will be joining him in Boston. (USC Photo/Les Dunseith)

 

Medical students celebrate

Keck School of Medicine of USC fourth-year students celebrate after opening their envelopes and finding out where they’ll start their post-graduate careers. (USC Photo/Les Dunseith)

 

Medical students Lynn Ngai and Phil Wu, who met as first-year students and are planning to marry after graduation, celebrate: They're both headed to Stanford University Medical Center. (USC Photo/Les Dunseith)

Medical students Lynn Ngai and Phil Wu, who met as first-year students and are planning to marry after graduation, celebrate: She will train in anesthesiology at Stanford University and doing her internship year at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center; he will train in radiology at the same locations. (USC Photo/Les Dunseith) (USC Photo/Les Dunseith)

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