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Table C4. Physician Retention in State of Residency Training, by Last Completed GME Specialty

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Residents Who Completed Training, 2010-19

The table below displays the number and percentage of individuals who completed residency training from 2010 through 2019, are not currently active in any GME program, and are practicing physicians in or out of the state of residency training, by last completed GME specialty. Data are for graduates of MD-granting and DO-granting U.S. and Canadian schools and of international medical schools. For example, 697 of the 1,290 (54.0%) residents who completed a residency program in Allergy and Immunology from 2010 through 2019 went on to practice in the same state where they completed residency training. The data are displayed by the most recently completed ACGME-accredited specialty or subspecialty. Counts and percentages shown for specialties do not include counts and percentages for the related subspecialties. Please contact residentreport@aamc.org with any comments or questions.

Selected Finding: Overall, 55.5% of the individuals who completed residency training from 2010 through 2019 are practicing in the state where they did their residency training. 

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ACGME-Accredited Specialties and Subspecialties Completed In State Out of State Total
Number Percent Number Percent

Note: Data for physicians not represented in the AMA Physician Masterfile may be missing. About 6% of individuals who completed their residencies and are included in GME Track® data are not represented as active physicians in the AMA Physician Masterfile. As a result, practicing physicians may be underrepresented. Specialties with no reported residents were excluded.

Source: GME Track as of GMEdate, YYYY1, and AMA Physician Masterfile as of AMAdate, YYYY2.

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