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3 Peds residents headed to fellowships

High-fives went to three senior Hurley Pediatrics residents Dec. 13, 2017, when match results were announced nationwide for pediatric fellowships.

Three Hurley seniors are headed to fellowships around the country:

  • Nadine Peart MD. Pediatric Infectious Diseases Fellowship, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md.
  • Komalben Parmar MD. Pediatric Endocrinology Fellowship, University of Connecticut, Hartford, Conn.
  • Dunya Mohammad MD. Prematched to Pediatric Nephrology Fellowship, Wayne State University/Children’s Hospital of Michigan, Detroit, Mich.

“A huge, huge congrats - we are so proud of them,” said Program Director Mona Hanna-Attisha MD MPH.

According to the National Resident Matching Program’s 2018 Medical Subspecialty Matching Program report for Internal Medicine and Pediatric Residency graduates, 4,242 (77.3%) of certified applicants matched to a medical subspecialty in 1,716 programs that are enrolled in the matching service. (Some programs recruit outside of the match.) Of the 1,657 certified programs, 1,318 (79.5%) programs completely filled their positions, while 4,242 (87.8%) individual positions were filled.

National matching results for some of the above-listed fellowships include:

  • Endocrinology (all subpspecialty programs, including adult and pediatric): 86% (267) of its applicants matched to this specialty.
  • Infectious diseases: 93% (313) of its applicants matched to this specialty.
  • Nephrology (all subspecialty programs, including adult and pediataric): 96% (271) of its applicants matched to this specialty.