Medical School Grads Meet Their Match
for Residencies

Odunsi Match Day 2014

Katina Stevens Match Day 2014

Yakisha Partee and Shari Johnson Match Day 2014

TOP: Oluwatosin Odunsi's mother leans toward her daughter as Odunsi learns she is going to Danbury Hospital in Danbury, Connecticut to begin her residency in obstetrics and gynecology.
ABOVE CENTER: As her father reads her destiny, Dr. Katina Stevens can't hold back her tears. She will be studying family medicine at Meharry Medical College.
ABOVE LEFT: Yakisha Partee points to St. Louis, where she will be continuing her medical education at Barnes-Jewish Hospital at Washington University as a resident in emergency medicine.
ABOVE RIGHT: Shari Johnson matches at St. Vincent Medical Hospital, Jacksonville, Florida in family medicine.
RIGHT COLUMN, TOP: Melissa Hazlitt hugs her husband when she finds out she is headed for Yale University to study emergency medicine. Hazlitt is a co-founder, and on the board of directors, of Meharry's student run, free clinic, Meharry 12 South Community Clinic.
RIGHT COLUMN, CENTER: Kendra Richardson, standing with her mother, is going to Carolinas Medical Center as a resident in family medicine.
RIGHT COLUMN, BOTTOM: With letter in hand, and her mom by her side, Naomi Bitow learned she matched at the University of Arizona where she will be studying family medicine. Bitow is a co-founder of Meharry's student run, free clinic, Meharry 12 South Community Clinic.