Match Day 2024 Announcement

Table with bags full of envelopes

Dear Faculty, Staff and Students,

We are proud to share Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine match results with you—a crucial milestone for medical students on their paths to becoming physicians. Simultaneously at noon (EDT) this past Friday, March 15, medical students across the country learned where they “matched” for post-graduation residency programs.

Our students matched to residency programs at top-tier hospitals nationwide, with most matching to their number one specialty and hospital choice.

Notably—37 students from Ohio matriculated and 51 are staying in Ohio for training—a "brain gain" of 14 newly minted physicians for Ohio. 

Twenty-six percent of students will continue serving those in the Cleveland community matching at Cleveland Clinic (23), MetroHealth Medical Center (7) and University Hospitals (27) residency programs.

Thirty-one percent of the graduating class will go into primary care specialties.

Internal medicine and general surgery were top residency matches followed by psychiatry (16)  pediatrics (13), neurology (12), anesthesiology (10), OB/GYN (10), ophthalmology (12), orthopedic surgery (10).

Over half the class (107 students) will join residency programs in the Midwest.

Institutions with multiple students joining include:

  • University of Michigan Medical Center (9)
  • Massachusetts General Hospital Brigham & Women's Hospital (9)
  • UCLA Medical Center (5)
  • University of California San Diego Medical Center (4)
  • Northwestern (4)
  • Ohio State University (4)
  • Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania (4)
  • Stanford Health Care (4)
  • UPMC (4)

The results of this year’s match illustrate our students' exceptional dedication and efforts, the robustness of our curriculum and the caliber of our faculty.

Congratulations to our future physicians! 


Lia Logio, MD 
Vice Dean Medical Education
School of Medicine, Case Western Reserve University

Stan Gerson, MD
Dean and Senior Vice President for Medical Affairs
School of Medicine, Case Western Reserve University