Originally Posted by FutureCTDoc
The problem is looking at percent primary care versus specialty or percent in ROADs tells you nothing if you had mostly primary care at community hospitals, that doesn't look too impressive, however if a school is designed to send people into that, then isn't it a success? What would matter more is how well they are trained at these residencies as well as whether students matched at their top choice, both of which are impossible to determine from a match list. WCU COM I imagine will mostly send students into primary care, but that is the entire raison d'etre for the school.
At this point in our educational journey, I would say over 60% of my class and the first class will go into primary care by choice, myself included. However, there will be plenty going into non primary care residencies. This is normal for DO schools in general.