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Pediatrician Workforce Data Ethan Alexander Jewett, MA Senior Health Policy Analyst August 2005 The Pediatrician Pipeline Source: American Board of Pediatrics, 2004-2005 1 Number of Pediatric Residency Programs and Residents (end June 30, 2006)

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pediatrician workforce data

Pediatrician Workforce Data

Ethan Alexander Jewett, MA

Senior Health Policy Analyst

August 2005

the pediatrician pipeline
The Pediatrician Pipeline

Source: American Board of Pediatrics, 2004-20051

number of pediatric residency programs and residents end june 30 2006
Number of Pediatric Residency Programs and Residents (end June 30, 2006)

Source: Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education, 2005.2

career choices of first time applicants for abp general pediatrics certification
Career Choices of First-Time Applicants for ABP General Pediatrics Certification

Source: American Board of Pediatrics, 2004-2005.1

growth in the number of general pediatricians
Growth in the Number of General Pediatricians

Source: American Medical Association Masterfile , 2003.3

average percent of time in general pediatrics and subspecialty excluding residents
Average Percent of Time in General Pediatrics and Subspecialty (excluding residents)

29.2%

Source: AAP Division of Health Services Research, Periodic Survey of Fellows #57 through #60, 2004.4

70.8%

percent of pediatricians by gender residents and post residents
Percent of Pediatricians by Gender(residents and post-residents)

Source: AAP Division of Health Services Research, Periodic Survey of Fellows #57 through #60, 2004.4

percent of pediatricians by race and ethnicity residents and post residents
Percent of Pediatricians by Race and Ethnicity (residents and post-residents)

Source: AAP Division of Health Services Research, Periodic Survey of Fellows #59, 2004.4

international medical graduates in general pediatrics
International Medical Graduates in General Pediatrics

Source: American Medical Association Masterfile , 2003.

Source: American Medical Association Masterfile , 2003.3

average number of hours per week in professional activity excluding residents
Average Number of Hours per Week in Professional Activity (excluding residents)

4.6

2.0

Source: AAP Division of Health Services Research, Periodic Survey of Fellows #57 through #60, 2004.4

34.5

1.9

2.9

Total hours per week = 45.8

pediatricians working part time
Pediatricians Working Part-Time

Source: WL Cull et al, 20025

percent of pediatricians by primary employment setting excluding residents
Percent of Pediatricians by Primary Employment Setting (excluding residents)

Source: AAP Division of Health Services Research, Periodic Survey of Fellows #57 through #60, 2004.4

percent of pediatricians by practice location excluding residents
Percent of Pediatricians by Practice Location (excluding residents)

Source: AAP Division of Health Services Research, Periodic Survey of Fellows #57 through #60, 2004.4

average physician compensation in 5 major specialties
Average Physician Compensation in 5 Major Specialties

Source: American Medical Group Management Association, 20036

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The US is marked by a severe geographic maldistribution of general pediatricians.

Except for Hawaii, the 12 states with the best pediatrician-to-population ratios are in New England and the Mid-Atlantic states.

The average pediatrician-to-population ratio is one pediatrician for every 1,769 children under 18 years of age.

Over 70% of states fall below the national average pediatrician-to-population ratio.7

geographic distribution of general pediatricians in the us
Geographic Distribution of General Pediatricians in the US

< 1769 children per pediatrician

1770 – 1999 children per pediatrician

2000 – 2999 children per pediatrician

3000 – 3999 children per pediatrician

> 4000 children per pediatrician

Source: Mapping Health Care Delivery for America’s Children Project (US Census 2000, AMA/AOA Masterfiles, 2000)7

pediatrician to population ratios of children 18 years per post gme clinical general pediatrician n
Pediatrician-to-Population Ratios(# of children <18 years per post-GME clinical general pediatrician)n

Source: Mapping Health Care Delivery for America’s Children Project (US Census 2000, AMA/AOA Masterfiles, 2000)7

pediatrician to population ratios 50 us states and the district of columbia by rank
Pediatrician-to-Population Ratios(50 US states and the District of Columbia, by rank)

Source: Mapping Health Care Delivery for America’s Children Project (US Census 2000, AMA/AOA Masterfiles, 2000)7

for additional information
For additional information:

Please visit the following AAP Web pages:

  • Committee on Pediatric Workforce (COPW) www.aap.org/workforce
  • COPW Subcommittee on Subspecialty Workforce www.aap.org/workforce/copwssw.htm
  • Women in Pediatrics www.aap.org/womenpeds
  • Division of Graduate Medical Education & Pediatric Workforce www.aap.org/gme
  • Committee on Pediatric Education http://www.aap.org/visit/cope.htm
references
References

1. American Board of Pediatrics. Workforce Data, 2004-2005. Chapel Hill, NC: American Board of Pediatrics; March 2005.

2. Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education Website. Available at: http://www.acgme.org/acWebsite/home/home.asp. Accessed August 9, 2005.

3. Pasko T, Smart DR. Physician Characteristics and Distribution in the US, 2005 Edition. Chicago, Ill: American Medical Association; 2005.

4. American Academy of Pediatrics Website. Periodic Survey of Fellows. Available at: http://www.aap.org/research/periodicsurvey/psof.htm. Accessed August 9, 2005.

5. American Medical Group Association. Physician Compensation: 2003 Medical Group Compensation and Productivity Survey, Median Compensation. Available at: http://www.cejkasearch.com/ content.asp Accessed January 16, 2004.

6. Cull WL, Mulvey HJ, O’Connor KG, Sowell DR, Berkowitz CD, Britton CV. Pediatricians working part-time: past, present, and future. Pediatrics. 2002 Jun;109(6):1015-20.

7. Mapping Health Care Delivery for America’s Children Webpage. Available at: http://www.aap.org/mapping/ Accessed August 9, 2005.