Check out photos of Long Island medical students finding out where they'll end up on "Match Day."
Match Day means Yale-New Haven Hospital for this couple
Ross Littauer kisses his fiancee and fellow medical student Hollie Matlin as they learn they will both be spending the next couple of years of their medical training at Yale-New Haven Hospital in Connecticut. On Friday at "Match Day" the graduating class at the Hofstra North Shore-LIJ School of Medicine learned the next step in their medical careers.
Thomas Jefferson University Hospital
At the Hofstra North Shore-LIJ School of Medicine on Friday, Maxine Ames and her boyfriend Alan Gandler learned they will both be spending the next couple of years of their medical training at Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia.
University of South Florida in Tampa medical center
Across America, Friday was "Match Day" for medical students who are being matched up with the institutions where they would complete their residencies. At Stony Brook University School of Medicine on Friday, March 20, 2015, med student Kyeesha Tamique Becoats, 31, reacts after opening her match letter that indicated that she got her first choice for her residency assignment. Becoats, from Rochester, will be heading to the medical center at the University of South Florida in Tampa.
Westchester Medical Center and North Shore-LIJ at Lenox Hill
From left, Jessica Miller, Olivia Janssen and Samantha Goldstein react to their hospital placements during “Match Day” at the NYIT College of Osteopathic Medicine in Old Westbury on Friday, March 20, 2015.
North Shore LIJ medical institutions
Hofstra medical students Alice S. Chau, left, and Shayna Sanguinetti celebrate as they learn they will both be spending the next couple of years of their medical training at North Shore LIJ medical institutions.