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[IWS] GRADUATE MEDICAL EDUCATION IN NEW YORK: NATION'S LARGEST SUPPLIER OF PHYSICIANS [ July 2014]
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Center for Health Workforce Studies
School of Public Health, University at Albany
Graduate Medical Education in New York: Nation’s Largest Supplier of Physicians [July 2014]
[full-text, 6 pages]
The Center recently conducted an analysis that quantified the contribution of New York's graduate medical education (GME) programs to the nation's supply of physicians. According to the study, 17% of the nation's physicians completed residency training in New York, making it the nation's largest supplier of physicians out of any state in the country. In 17 states outside of New York, more than 10% of the active physicians completed GME training in New York. The Center also assessed geographic variation in the distribution of physicians who trained in New York. They found that in New England, more than 17% of active physicians completed GME in New York compared to 13% of physicians in the South Atlantic region.
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