A Critical Deficit of OBGYN Surgeons in the U . S by 2030

  title={A Critical Deficit of OBGYN Surgeons in the U . S by 2030},
  author={Bhagwan B Satiani and Thomas Emrys Williams and Mark B. Landon and E. Christopher Ellison and Steven G. Gabbe},
Objective: To estimate the OB/GYN Surgical workforce needed in the U.S by 2030 to meet the needs of our population. Methods: Using a population based analysis, the net supply of OB/GYNs was calculated. Our assumptions included: a ratio of OB/GYN’s to population of 27.10/100,000 women, practicing 25 years from Board Certification to retirement, 1200 graduates finishing from residency programs per year. Results: To maintain our current ratio per 100,000 population, we should have 50,135 OBGYN’s… CONTINUE READING

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