Caverly’s family includes
Jamie and 13-month-old son, Connor
St. Luke’s University Health Network and Senior Associate Dean, Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University. “This is the day when medical residency programs match with their highest-ranked medical students, and medical students learn where they will continue their medical training as residents.”
Dr. Rosenfeld continued, “The Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University/St. Luke’s University Health Network (Temple/St. Luke’s) is proud to have trained the graduating class of 2016, and we are extremely pleased with how well they matched. This is a tribute to their hard work over the past four years and to the excellent teaching, advice and counsel of our faculty.”
Five of the Class of 2016 students will continue their medical education in St. Luke’s Graduate Medical Education programs, according to Dr. Rosenfeld.
For students like Colin Caverly, 27, of Emmaus, being able to continue his training locally is a huge relief. “I’m incredibly excited to stay at St. Luke’s for my residency,” said Caverly, who plans to specialize in emergency medicine. “I’m able to train at a nationally-recognized institution, among leaders in my field – and I don’t have to uproot my family in the process.” Caverly’s young family includes his wife, Jamie and 13-month-old son, Connor.
“It’s a win-win-win,” according to St. Luke’s emergency medicine residency director, Scott Melanson, MD. “A win for St. Luke’s, the student, and most importantly, the community. Being able to attract, train and retain high-quality physicians is vital to our community’s health and success.”
Dr. Rosenfeld concluded, “I’m just so delighted after working with these students the past four years that they are well-placed with residency programs, and I look forward to seeing their growth into excellent, well-trained physicians. I am confident in their education and equally confident that their patients will be in skilled hands.”
The 2016 Temple/St. Luke’s class , will graduate May 13 at the Kimmel Center in Philadelphia. The medical school will welcome the incoming Class of 2020 on August 5 for its White Coat Ceremony.
For more information about Temple/St. Luke’s please see www.temple-stlukes.slhn.org and for other graduate medical education programs at St. Luke’s University Health Network, please see www.residency.slhn.org. To view Match Day photos, visit www.sluhn.org/match.
2016 Residency Match ResultsInstitutions
Baylor College of Medicine – Houston – TX
Beaumont Health System – MI
Drexel University College of Medicine/Hahnemann University Hospital – PA
Duke University Medical Center – NC
Easton Hospital – PA
Hershey Medical Center at Penn State – PA
Hofstra NSLIJ School of Medicine – Staten Island University – NY
Icahn School of Medicine Beth Israel - NY
Icahn School of Medicine St. Luke’s-Roosevelt – NY
Kaiser Permanente Fontana – CA
Loma Linda University – CA
Mayo School of Graduate Medical Education – MN
Mount Auburn Hospital – MA
Pennsylvania Hospital - PA
St. Luke’s University Hospital – Bethlehem – PA
SUNY Upstate Medical University – NY
Temple University Hospital - PA
Tufts Medical Center – MA
University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics – IA
University of Oklahoma College of Medicine – OK
University of Texas Medical School – Houston – TX
UPMC Medical Education – PA
York Hospital – PA
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