Gmenac target Physician to Population Ratios



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GMENAC Target Physician to Population Ratios








SPECIALTY

GMENAC TARGET RATIOS**















Family/General Practice

1:3,968







Internal Medicine

1:3,472







Ob/Gyn

1:10,101







Pediatrics

1:6,667















Allergy

1:125,000







Cardiology

1:31,250







Dermatology

1:34,483







Endocrinology

1:125,000







Gastroenterology

1:37,037







Infectious Disease

1:111,111







Nephrology

1:90,909







Neurology

1:29,412







Pulmonology

1:66,667







Rheumatology

1:142,857















General Surgery

1:10,309







Ophthalmology

1:20,833







Orthopedic Surgery

1:16,129







Otolaryngology

1:30,303







Urology

1:31,250















Anesthesiology

1:10,989







Emergency Medicine

1:18,182







Pathology

1:15,385







Psychiatry

1:5,128







Radiology

1:11,236







** Source: Graduate Medical Education National Advisory Committee. Additional specialties are available. Please contact Providence Healthcare Group if information is needed on a specialty that is not listed.




Solucient 2003 Physicians to Population Ratios




FTE Demand per 100,000 Population

Physician Specialty

Nation

Midwest

Northeast

South

West

Primary Care

General & Family Medicine

22.53

27.85

18.98

22.48

20.20

Internal Medicine

19.01

14.22

21.83

20.05

19.86

Pediatrics General

13.90

11.91

17.09

12.70

15.20

Medical Speciaties

Allergy/Immunology

1.72

1.13

1.54

1.98

2.02

Cardiology

4.22

3.55

6.77

3.44

3.91

Dermatology

3.13

2.30

3.97

3.18

3.19

Gastroenterology

3.50

1.64

3.53

4.40

3.95

Hematology/Oncology

1.08

1.28

0.92

1.03

1.08

Nephrology

0.73

0.37

0.30

0.98

1.10

Neurology

1.79

0.92

1.75

2.10

2.21

Physical Medicine and Rehab.

1.44

1.37

1.95

1.11

1.64

Psychiatry

5.73

4.79

8.86

4.45

6.04

Pulmonary

1.30

0.94

1.59

1.82

0.54

Rheumatology

1.33

1.00

1.46

1.53

1.20

Other Medical Specialties

2.01

2.83

3.08

0.64

2.51

Surgical Specialties

General Surgery

6.01

6.68

5.82

6.42

4.79

Obstetrics and Gynecology

10.17

9.10

10.20

11.81

8.57

Ophthalmology

4.71

3.98

5.77

4.52

4.83

Orthopedic Surgery

6.12

4.46

7.50

5.77

7.18

Otolaryngology

2.84

3.22

2.46

2.86

2.72

Plastic Surgery

2.22

1.72

3.06

2.28

1.95

Urology

2.86

2.52

3.54

2.95

2.45

Other Surgical Specialities

2.20

2.86

2.60

1.52

2.29

Pediatric Subspecialities

Pediatric Cardiology

0.20

0.13

0.15

0.26

0.22

Pediatric Neurology

0.12

0.14

0.07

0.10

0.18

Pediatric Psychiatry

0.59

0.52

0.84

0.59

0.45

Other Pediatric Subspecialities

0.89

0.89

0.81

0.79

1.10

Emergency Department*

12.34

12.30

12.65

13.07

10.98

Grand Total All Specialties

134.69

124.62

149.10

134.83

132.36

Source: Solucient physicians to population ratios were constructed from a combination of public claims, private claims and several surveys, including the National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey (NAMCS) and the National Hospital Ambulatory Medical Care Survey (NHAMCS). These ratios represent the number of full-time-equivalent (FTE) physicians currently serving the ambulatory care needs of a typical U.S. community in 2003. A national model and four regional models are presented to show a range of physician requirements based on regional practice patterns. These ratios serve as national and regional guidelines and are not intended to estimate the current demand for or supply of physicians in any specific market. For the purposes of this study the MCRH used the Midwest ratios.


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