“Doctors in the emergency department work at the front lines of medicine,” Moses said shortly after she learned of her match. “I don’t know what’s going to happen with this coronavirus pandemic, but I’m ready to do whatever I can to help.”
This year’s Match Day was a virtual celebration because of social distancing and other measures dictated by the coronavirus pandemic. Students opened emails during a live video conference hosted by Netter’s student leadership.
Overall, Netter students matched with residency programs across the country, including Rhode Island Hospital/Brown University, Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, Medstar Georgetown University Hospital, UCLA Medical Center, Yale New Haven Hospital, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center and the University of Vermont Medical Center, along with clinical affiliates at Middlesex Health, Waterbury Hospital, Griffin Hospital, Saint Mary’s and St. Vincent’s Medical Center.