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T H E P H Y S I C I A N S W E P R O D U C E 12 ALUMNI – AT A GLANCE • First class graduated – 2005. has a rural clinical training site. • 588 current practicing physicians (of 1,147 alumni). • 55.2 percent (181 physicians) in Florida or a border • 2017 marked the first time with more alumni physicians county are practicing primary care. in practice (588) than in residency and fellowship • 133 of our alumni physicians practicing in Florida are in combined (544). Fifteen other alumni are either not one of our regional campus communities. practicing or their current status is unknown. • 84 alumni physicians are located in the Florida • 54.2 percent of those in practice are in primary care Panhandle from Perry to Pensacola or in Georgia or specialties (including internal medicine, family medicine, Alabama border counties. pediatrics and OB-GYN). • 62 alumni are on the College of Medicine clinical • 56 percent of the alumni physicians in practice are in faculty. Florida or a Florida border county (313 in Florida, six in • Pediatrician Mary Norton (M.D., ’13) is the second Alabama and nine in Georgia). Eight of the nine alumni alumna to become a full-time faculty member (joining physicians in a border county in Georgia are practicing Christie Alexander – M.D., ’05). in or near Thomasville, where the College of Medicine MATCH DAY RESULTS 2005-2017 Internal medicine 17.1% More than 40 percent of our graduates who match in IM are general practitioners. That’s significantly more than the national average. Other specialties 20.9% Psychiatry 3.1% Family medicine 13.7% Surgery (general) 10.6% Pediatrics 12.5% Emergency medicine 10.9% OB-GYN 11.2% MATCH RESULTS – OTHER U.S. MEDICAL SCHOOLS 2005-2017 Internal medicine 18.9% Other specialties 37.1% Pediatrics 11.4% Family medicine 8.1% Psychiatry 4.9% Emergency medicine 7.9% OB-GYN 5.8% Surgery (general) 5.9%