Where do LECOM graduates match for post-graduate medical education residency programs?

LECOM medical students participate in either the osteopathic or allopathic residency match.

The 2014 LECOM graduates had a 99.4 percent match rate. In 2013, 100 percent of the eligible members of the College of Medicine Class of 2013 matched for placement in accredited post-graduate medical education programs.

2014 LECOM Match Results

2013 LECOM Match Results

2012 LECOM Match results

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AOA Intern/Resident Registration Program

The AOA Intern/Resident Registration Program is a matching program that places students into osteopathic graduate medical education positions in the United States for the first postdoctoral year of training (OGME-1).

The Intern/Resident Registration Program (the "Match") is sponsored and supervised by the American Osteopathic Association (AOA). The Match is administered on behalf of the AOA by National Matching Services Inc. National Matching Services Inc. (NMS) specializes in the development and administration of Matching Programs. NMS was founded in 1985, after developing sophisticated matching algorithms and software for the placement of physicians into residencies in the US. Since then, we have implemented Matching Programs in a number of industries and professions, including health, education and law. Read more about Matching Programs.

Allopathic Match

The National Resident Matching Program (NRMP) is a private, not-for-profit corporation established in 1952 to provide a uniform date of appointment to positions in graduate medical education (GME) in the United States.