WSU ELSON S. FLOYD COLLEGE OF MEDICINE

Class of 2022 Match Day

I was fortunate to help take care of patients in all four corners of the state.

Brian Kim

Scott Davis
Emergency Medicine,
University of Florida – Jacksonville

Arianna Delsman
Obstetrics-Gynecology,
University of Minnesota

Alice Dong
Psychiatry,
San Mateo Behavioral Health & Recovery Services

I have loved every day of my education as a student Coug Doc.

Erin Kaya

Carson Fuller
Surgery – Preliminary,
University of Washington

Amber Huang
General Surgery,
Swedish Medical Center

Cassidy MacArthur
Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation,
Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center

After completing residency, I hope to practice medicine in Washington State. 

Jonathan Cheng

Steven Mahnke
Emergency Medicine,
Mayo Clinic – Minnesota

Sean Morton
General Surgery,
Bassett Medical Center

Matthias Park
Emergency Medicine,
Kern Medical Center

Catherine Pravisay-Malmstadt
Anesthesiology,
Virginia Mason Medical Center

I found the best part of medical school to be the genuine interactions with patients and their families.

Jessica Brar

Josh Rayburn
Emergency Medicine,
Creighton University – Arizona

Troy Sanders
Surgery – Preliminary,
Virginia Mason Medical Center

I feel so privileged to have had this opportunity to learn medicine surrounded by amazing instructors, preceptors, patients, and peers.

Rajan Bhardwaj

Andrew Terrell
Emergency Medicine,
Oregon Health & Science University

Nihal Thapa
Radiology – Diagnostic,
University of Washington & Loyola University

Liz Thomas
Internal Medicine,
Virginia Mason Medical Center

Emily Thorn
Family Medicine,
Swedish Medical Center – Ballard

I look forward to becoming an advocate for all my future patients.

Kathryne Staudinger

Alexandre Vesselle
Orthopaedic Surgery,
Case Western University

Kendall Vignaroli
General Surgery,
Arrowhead Regional Medical Center

Ravneet Waraich
Internal Medicine,
Oregon Health & Science University

Stella Whang
Internal Medicine,
UC Irvine Medical Center

I want to be a part of teaching the next generation of physicians in Washington.

Vicki Tang

Whitney Wood
Family Medicine,
Providence Anchorage

Class of 2022 Residency Match

SPECIALTIES MATCHED INTO:

  • Anesthesiology
  • Diagnostic Radiology
  • Emergency Medicine
  • Family Medicine
  • General Surgery
  • Internal Medicine
  • Medicine/ Emergency Medicine
  • Obstetrics and Gynecology
  • Orthopaedic Surgery
  • Pediatrics
  • Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
  • Plastic Surgery
  • Psychiatry
  • Radiation Oncology

96.4%

MATCHED
(2021 National Avg was 92.8%)

42.5%

MATCHED IN WASHINGTON
(Includes PGY-1 who will be out of state for PGY-2)

54%

MATCHED IN THE
PACIFIC NORTHWEST
(WA and OR; includes PGY-1 who will be out of state
for PGY-2)

76%

MATCHED IN THE WEST

54%

MATCHED IN PRIMARY CARE SPECIALITES
(Family Med, Internal Med, Pediatrics, and OB/GYN)

Data & Demographics

#WSUMED22 AT A GLANCE

14.3%
GREW UP IN A RURAL COUNTY

39.3%
FIRST GENERATION COLLEGE GRADUATES
58.9%
COME FROM A LOW SOCIOECONOMIC BACKGROUND

11
WA COUNTIES REPRESENTED