Our Graduates

Our residents are provided with the knowledge, skills, motivation, and mentorship guidance to pursue a wide variety of career choices. Approximately half of our graduates enter into subspecialty fellowships immediately after residency or one year after graduation. The most popular subspecialties are Hematology/Oncology, Cardiology, and Critical Care. The remaining residents join primary care practices, become pediatric hospitalists, work as emergency room associates, travel abroad to serve other populations in need, or pursue other careers in public health and information technology.

Information on what the graduating class of 2016 is doing now: 25 percent are in primary care (10/40), 37 percent entered into subspecialty fellowships (15/40), 25 percent pursued hospital-based careers (10/40), and 12 percent pursued other careers (5/40).

Resident Fellowship Matches 2009-2015

Adolescent Medicine

Johns Hopkins Children’s Center; Baltimore, MD

Allergy & Immunology

Duke Children's Hospital; Durham, NC
Monroe Carell. Jr. Children’s Hospital, Vanderbilt; Nashville, TN
National Institutes of Health; Bethesda, MD

Cardiology

Boston Children's Hospital; Boston, MA
Children's Healthcare of Atlanta, Emory University; Atlanta, GA
Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh; Pittsburgh, PA
Children's Hospital of Wisconsin; Milwaukee, WI
Children's National Medical Center; Washington, DC
C.S. Mott Children's Hospital, Univ. of Michigan; Ann Arbor, MI
Rainbow Babies & Children's Hospital; Cleveland, OH
Texas Children's Hospital; Baylor University; Houston, TX

Child Abuse

Children's Hospital of the King’s Daughter; Norfolk, VA
Hasbro Children's Hospital; Providence, RI

Critical Care

Children's Hospital of Los Angeles; Los Angeles, CA
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia; Philadelphia, PA
Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh; Pittsburgh, PA
Children's National Medical Center; Washington, DC
Cincinnati Children's Hospital; Cincinnati, OH
Johns Hopkins Children's Center; Baltimore, MD
Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital, Columbia; New York, NY
University of California, San Francisco; San Francisco, CA

Dermatology

Children's Memorial Hospital, Northwestern Univ.; Chicago, IL

Developmental Pediatrics

Children's National Medical Center; Washington, DC
NYU Langone Medical Center; New York, NY

Emergency Medicine

Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children; Wilmington, DE
Arkansas Children's Hospital; Little Rock, AR
Boston Children's Hospital; Boston, MA
Children's National Medical Center; Washington, DC
Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital, Columbia University; New York, NY

Endocrinology

Lucile Packard Children's Hospital; Palo Alto, CA
National Institutes of Health; Bethesda, MD

Gastroenterology

Boston Children's Hospital; Boston, MA
Cincinnati Children's Hospital; Cincinnati, OH
Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital, Columbia University; New York, NY

General Academic Pediatricians

Children's National Medical Center; Washington, DC

Genetics

National Institutes of Health; Bethesda, MD
Seattle Children's Hospital; Seattle, WA

Global Health

Boston Children's Hospital; Boston, MA

Hematology & Oncology

Boston Children's Hospital; Boston, MA
Children's Healthcare of Atlanta, Emory University; Atlanta, GA
Children's Hospital of Los Angeles; Los Angeles, CA
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia; Philadelphia, PA
Children's National Medical Center; Washington, DC
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, Cornell; New York, NY
Montefiore Children's Hospital; Bronx, NY
Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital, Columbia; New York, NY
St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital; Memphis, TN

Infectious Disease

Children's Healthcare of Atlanta, Emory University; Atlanta, GA
Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital, Columbia; New York, NY

Minority Health

The Commonwealth Fund/Harvard University; Boston, MA

Neonatology

Boston Children's Hospital; Boston, MA
Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh; Pittsburgh, PA
Children's Memorial Hospital, Northwestern University; Chicago, IL
Children's National Medical Center; Washington, DC
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital; Cincinnati, OH
Johns Hopkins Children's Center; Baltimore, MD
Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital, Columbia; New York, NY
Rainbow Babies & Children's Hospital; Cleveland, OH
Texas Children's Hospital, Baylor University; Houston, TX
Tufts Floating Hospital for Children; Boston, MA
Vanderbilt University; Nashville, TN

Nephrology

Boston Children's Hospital; Boston, MA
C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital, Univ. of Michigan; Ann Arbor, MI

Neurology

Children's Hospital of New Orleans; New Orleans, LA
Children's Memorial Hospital, Northwestern Univ; Chicago, IL
Children's National Medical Center; Washington, DC
Johns Hopkins Children's Center; Baltimore, MD
Lurie Children’s Hospital; Chicago, IL
Texas Children’s Hospital; Houston, TX

Ophthalmology

SUNY Downstate Medical Center; Brooklyn, NY

Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago; Chicago, IL

Public Policy

Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr. Foundation Professional Public Policy
Fellowship Program; Washington, DC
Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Program; Philadelphia, PA
Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Program; Ann Arbor, MI

Pulmonology

Johns Hopkins Children’s Center; Baltimore, MD
Riley Hospital for Children; Indianapolis, IN

Rheumatology

Boston Children’s Hospital; Boston, MA
Children's Hospital at Montefiore, Bronx, NY
Children’s National Medical Center; Washington
National Institutes of Health; Bethesda, MD