Every year, September through January is both an exciting and anxious time for fourth-year medical students and urology residency programs alike. With the conclusion of the 2016 urology match season this past January, I felt the same exhilaration that I did just 3 years ago. This year, however, I had the privilege to reflect on the demanding application process from the lens of an interviewer rather than that of an interviewee. Read more from Nirmish Singla, MD
What immediately jumps out about the list of residency programs that produce the lowest percentage of primary care graduates is that it includes some of the biggest names in healthcare: Cleveland Clinic, Johns Hopkins, Brigham and Women's and plenty of others.