Carolinas and Virginia Campuses Matriculated Students by Appalachian County/City

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Carolinas and Virginia Campuses Matriculated Students by Appalachian County/City within a Target State Class of 2007 through Class of 2017. 79% all matriculants are from an Appalachian State, 28% are from an Appalachian County/City. Carolinas and Virginia Campuses - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Carolinas and Virginia CampusesMatriculated Students by Appalachian County/City within a Target State Class of 2007 through Class of 201779% all matriculants are from an Appalachian State, 28% are from an Appalachian County/City3Carolinas and Virginia CampusesMatriculated Students by Appalachian County/City Economic LevelsClass of 2007 through Class of 201713% from at risk or distressed County/City, 82% from economic transitional to distressedVirginia CampusAlumni in Primary Care ResidenciesClass of 2007 - 2013

2007-2013 614 Graduates or 58% entered Primary Care without adding OB/GYN701 Graduates or 66% entered Primary Care with OB/GYN Virginia CampusAlumni in Primary Care PracticeClass of 2007 - 2010

62% have entered Primary Care Practice in first four classes without OB/GYN55% have entered Primary Care Practice if including OB/GYNVirginia CampusAlumni Practicing and/or in Residencies in States with Appalachian Counties/CitiesClass of 2007 - 2013

61% Entered Residencies in Target States with Appalachian Counties/CitiesVirginia CampusAlumni in Practice In States with Appalachian Counties/CitiesClass of 2007 - 2010

66% of Alumni in practice are practicing in State with Appalachian County or City VCOM Economic Impact There are many additional economic impacts beyond those from the campuses. An example is: Did you know that the average economic impact of a primary care physician on a community is $844,449 to $1,097,784 which includes inpatient, clinic and secondary income (e.g. home health services, etc.) (Doeksen, G., Elrich, F. & Peton, A., 2013)Estimating the state economic impact of the first 244 new VCOM Alumni physicians practicing within Virginia is: Between $206,045,556 and $267,859,296Doeksen, G., Elrich, F., & Peton, A., (2013). The Economic Impact of Edward Via Virginia College of Osteopathic Medicine upon Virginia. Page 40-41. Unpublished report based upon published report on economic impact of physician: http://ruralhealthworks.org/wp-content/files/PCP-Shortage-10-page-example-using-Noble-County.pdf