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PHOTOS: UAMS seniors meet matches

155 students learn where they will start residency training

By Aziza Musa

This article was originally published March 17, 2018 at 4:30 a.m. Updated March 19, 2018 at 4:30 a.m.

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University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences students (from left) Shannon Petrus, Caitlin Claridge and Jasmine Haller celebrate their matches Friday in Little Rock. Petrus’ general-surgery residency will be at UAMS. For their residencies in obstetrics-gynecology, Claridge is going to Case Western MetroHealth Medical Center in Cleveland and Haller will go to the University of Missouri-Kansas City.

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Grant Cagle wiped away tears Friday after he announced he was headed to his dream program: Brown University.

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dcovey says... March 17, 2018 at 10:25 p.m.

At Unity Health in Searcy, due to the vision, commitment and investment of Mr. Montgomery and the hospital board, all 4 of the residencies in Internal Medicine, Family Medicine, Emergency Medicine and Psychiatry have filled all available first year positions for the coming academic year with well qualified osteopathic and allopathic physicians. We will be well positioned to help provide training opportunities for the approximately 240 or so new osteopathic physicians who will be graduating from the two new osteopathic medical schools, in addition to the 160 allopathic physicians UAMS produces each year. It is hoped that a significant number of these physicians will find opportunities to serve in Arkansas and nearby states in areas that have been traditionally underserved.
David Covey MD FACP, Program Director,IM, Searcy

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