FACTS AND FIGURES
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
- About 9% of Ross students currently enrolled are from New York.
- According to the 2015 AAMC Physician Databook, 37% of New York’s active physicians graduated from an international medical school, ranking New York 2nd in the US in this category.
Ross Clinical Affiliates in and Around New York
- BQNJ Track: Includes Hoboken University Medical Center (NJ), St. John's Episcopal Hospital (NY), and Brookdale University Hospital Medical Center (NY). Learn more.
- Jamaica Hospital Center, Jamaica
- JFK Track: Includes South Nassau Communities Hospital and St. John's Episcopal Hospital
- St. John’s Episcopal Hospital, Far Rockaway
In 2017, 660 Current and former Ross graduates attained residencies in 15 disciplines. More than 130 Ross students earned residency positions at New York hospitals/teaching facilities, including:
- Brooklyn Hospital Medical Center
- Maimonides Medical Center
- Mount Sinai
- New York Medical College
- Staten Island University Hospital
- Stony Brook Teaching Hospitals
- SUNY Upstate Medical Center
- University at Buffalo
- Winthrop University Hospital
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)
- SUNY at Binghamton
- Cornell University
- Hunter College of CUNY
- New York University
Approvals and/or Accreditations
- The New York State Education Department has approved the program of medical education at Ross that seeks and places students in long-term clinical clerkships in affiliated hospitals in New York State.
- For more information, visit the Accreditation & Approvals page.
Meet Some Ross Grads in New York
Fourth-year pathology resident at Columbia University Medical Center, NY
"I felt very prepared during my clinical training. And, when I actually went to residency I knew everything I needed to know."
Pain fellow at New York University (NYU) Langone Medical Center
This former PharmD student realized his true passion was medicine. He went to Ross, served as Chief Resident in anesthesiology at New York Medical College, and earned a prestigious fellowship.
Assistant director, Comprehensive Psychiatric Emergency Program (CPEP) at New York-Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center
"Now I'm doing what I feel like I always wanted to do. And I couldn't have done it without Ross."