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December 2019

The results of the NRMP Fellowship match for July 2020 have been announced.

Capital Health’s Internal Medicine Residency is proud to announce the following matches:

Rayan Najjar MD, PGY3 has matched in the Rheumatology Fellowship at the University of Washington in Seattle, Washington. Dr. Najjar will be in the 3-year Physician/Scientist pathway designed for physicians who desire a career in Academic medicine with a focus on research.

George Zarkua MD, PGY3 will be joining the Infectious Disease Fellowship program at the Medical College of Georgia in Augusta, Georgia. Established in 1979, this Fellowship accepts up to two Fellows per year into this 2-year program.

Kristina Zarkua MD, Chief Resident/Junior Faculty at Capital Health (Class of 2019) matched to the Medical College of Georgia, Augusta, Georgia in Hematology/Oncology. Dr. Zarkua will be one of four Fellows in this challenging program which prepares Fellows for both Hematology and Oncology Board Certification.

Jawad Malik MD, Class of 2018, will be a Nephrology Fellow at the University of Maryland in Baltimore Maryland. A June 2018 graduate of Capital Health Internal Medicine Residency, Dr. Malik is currently a hospitalist at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. The University of Maryland Organ Transplant Program is one of the largest programs in the United States.

Congratulations to Capital Health Internal Medicine Residents!