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DOs see nearly 11% Increase in Matches During Medicine/Pediatrics Specialties Match

December 7, 2022

On November 30, the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP) released the results of the 2022 Medicine and Pediatric Specialties Match, the first year that combines the former Medical Specialties Matching Program, Pediatric Specialties, and Adolescent Medicine Fellowship Matches.

Of the 7,648 individuals who matched to a position, 1,093 were DO graduates who matched at rate of 81 percent. DOs matched to 39 subspecialties in internal medicine, pediatrics and addiction, and multidisciplinary specialties. The number of DO graduates that matched increased by 10.6 percent compared with the 2021 matches.

DO applicants filled 14.2 percent of all positions in the Match, at the folllowing rates:

In Medicine Specialties, DOs filled more than 20 percent of all positions in Critical Care, Oncology, Pulmonary and Sleep Medicine.

In Pediatric Specialties, DOs filled more than 20 percent of all positions in Academic General Pediatrics and Child Abuse.

Read the full 2022 Medicine and Pediatric Specialties Match Report for additional findings and key data on the MSMP fellowship appointments.

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