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Match Day 2019: Congratulations, you’ve matched! Now what?

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Five steps to take after you’ve matched.

Big congratulations to all of those who matched today! Thousands of medical students across the country just discovered where they will be living, working, and honing their craft for the next three, eight, or even ten years, depending on their specialty. With just four months remaining to plan for their future, newly minted physicians are expected to graduate med school, move to new city, secure housing, and be ready to hit the ground running. It can all be a bit overwhelming, but here are a few things to keep in mind that will help you ease into this new chapter in your medical profession.Peter Alperin, MD, is Vice President of Connectivity Solutions for Doximity.

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