Each year, Ross University School of Medicine welcomes students from states across the US, including New York, to medical school. Take a look at the facts and figures below to learn about how Ross connects with your home state.
NEW YORK BY THE NUMBERS
- 8.53% of RUSM students currently enrolled are from New York.
- According to the 2019 AAMC State Physician Workforce Data Report, 37.0% of New York’s active physicians graduated from an international medical school, ranking it 2nd in the US.
med schools RESIDENCY new york
As of 4/16/2020, 585 Current and former Ross graduates attained residencies in 24 disciplines. That same year, more than 78 Ross students earned residency positions at New York hospitals/teaching facilities, including:
- Brooklyn Hospital Medical Center
- Maimonides Medical Center
- New York Medical College
- St. John’s Episcopal
- Stony Brook Teaching Hospitals
- Nassau University Medical Center
- SUNY Upstate Medical Center
- University at Buffalo
WHERE DO OUR NEW YORK STUDENTS COME FROM?
From which schools did most of our New York-area students graduate? See the top five below.
- Stony Brook University, SUNY (12.45%)
- Brooklyn College of CUNY (6.22%)
- Hunter College of CUNY (5.81%)
- University at Albany, SUNY (5.39%)
- University at Buffalo, SUNY (4.98%)
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