About 30 percent of graduating medical students will remain in Wisconsin for their residencies, according to the state’s two medical schools.
More than 400 Wisconsin Medical students found out where they’re heading for residencies earlier this month when the National Resident Matching Program released its results.
At the Medical College of Wisconsin, 33 percent of the 224 students who obtained positions are remaining in state. The top picks for specialties were internal medicine, pediatrics and family medicine.At the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, 26 percent of the 185 students who obtained positions are remaining in state. The top picks for specialties were family medicine, internal medicine and emergency medicine.