It’s a huge success to SJSM due to the growing number of students who matched for the 2015 residency year. The list is getting bigger every year as the school is expanding. As the students are being dispersed to different states the Saint James School of Medicine is started to be familiarized with residency programs.
NOTE: As you can see SJSM always gets a high number of students matching in Illinois so, it’s better for you to target to match in Illinois. It would be nice if SJSM established an official alumni network so, future SJSM students can get tips on what to do and what not to do. Until then I guess this blog will be the center of guidance.
The number of people who matched is more than this list. The people from this list gave permission to publish their names online. According to the SJSM website there are more than 45 students.
- Tyler Clark, Family Medicine, WA
- Emily Drake, Family Medicine, Canada
- Lidya Golub, Internal Medicine, IL
- Brian Malki, Anesthesiology, MI
- Pamela Milano, Family Medicine, IL
- Anshul Acharya, Family Medicine, LA
- Veronica Acosta, Internal Medicine, IL
- Talha Baloch, Psychiatry, IL
- Quang Cao, Family Medicine, WI
- Mayada Elian, Family Medicine, PA
- Thalia Kamel, Internal Medicine, IL
- Eric Lessard, Family Medicine, SC
- Robyn Lovitt, Family Medicine, OK
- Mohammad Luqman, Internal Medicine, IL
- Daniel Mendrek, Family Medicine, Canada
- Saad Mohsin, Family Medicine, WI
- Mohammad Moiz, Family Medicine, IL
- Faraaz Nayemuddin, Internal Medicine, IL
- Michael Randazzo, Internal Medicine, MI
- Syed Zia-ur Rehman Shah, Internal Medicine, IL
- Noah Simon, Family Medicine, IL
- Habeeba Sirajuddin, Family Medicine, IL
- Seth Sturdivant, Family Medicine, IL
Hopefully next year, the list will be longer than this. As the need for more doctors are being demanded in Congress to make up for the new Obamacare, students are like us can fill the demand.
If you are a current SJSM student on the island, take this list as a reminder that you will soon reach this position. Study smart and work hard and you will get into residency in no time.