Interactive map: TCOM Class of 2014 residency matches
With graduation over, members of the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine Class of 2014 are scattering nationwide to start their careers in residency and internship programs in a variety of specialties.
Once again, the largest percentage of our medical school graduates—64 percent—will enter primary care residencies, reinforcing UNT Health Science Center’s role as a leader in primary care education.
Click on the map to see where 2014 class members are headed and their residency specialties.
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