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What areas of U.S. are saturated with physicians?

Discussion in 'Medical Students - MD' started by golfman, Aug 10, 2011.

  1. golfman

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    I've heard a lot of talk about certain areas, mainly big cities, being saturated with physicians.

    Does anybody have a reliable website where one can see, for example, which areas are in need of more Anesthesiologists?

    I would love to work in an area that is not saturated with physicians, and I don't mind living in a small city. But, I just don't know where on the internet to look to find such information. Any help? It would be fun to see what areas I could possibly be interested in.
     
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  3. Ortho Guy

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    This site has all the info you need: https://www.aamc.org/students/medstudents/cim/
     
  4. Medicine4Bruhs

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    You can find out which areas of the country are medically underserved from US Health and Human Services website:

    http://muafind.hrsa.gov/

    It doesn't delve into specialty types, however. It's helpful for those trying to recoup tuition costs, as underserved regions are plentiful in the US.
     
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  5. golfman

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    Yeah, specialty types would be great to know. I'm planning on Ophthalmology. Would love to see what options I have. Great links you two.
     

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