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PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS(MDs and DOs)2016 FACT SHEETThe District of Columbia’s Board of Medicine (DC BOM) licenses allopathic and osteopathic physicians. The survey explored demographics in addition to workforcecapacity, access to care and special topics. The survey data reported on the following Fact Sheet reflects the data collected in 2016.9,818LicensedPhysiciansCommunity Health Administration4,451Practicing Physicians**Represents physicians providing clinical care in theDistrict1,482Primary CarePhysicians**Represents primary care physicians providing clinical care inthe District*Includes Internal Medicine, Family Medicine, Obstetrics& Gynecology, Geriatrics, Pediatrics, PsychiatryPrepared by the DC Primary Care OfficeSource: DC Department of Health, Board of Medicine. (2016). Physician Survey Instrument.Page 1 of 8

LICENSED PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS2016 FACT SHEETThe District of Columbia’s Board of Medicine (DC BOM) licenses allopathic and osteopathic physicians. The survey explored demographics in addition to workforcecapacity, access to care and special topics. The survey data reported on the following Fact Sheet reflects the data collected in 2016.9,818MDLicensedPhysicians97%DOof licensed physicianshold an MD degreeState of Residence Among Licensed Physicians0.21%11%44%22%DC52%52%22%MD47%VAOtherNot ReportedCommunity Health Administration Prepared by the DC Primary Care Officeof licensed physicianshave a practice location inDCSource: DC Department of Health, Board of Medicine. (2016). Physician Survey Instrument.Page 2 of 8

PRACTICING PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONSThe District of Columbia’s Board of Medicine (DC BOM) licenses allopathic and osteopathic physicians. The survey explored demographics in addition to workforcecapacity, access to care and special topics. The survey data reported on the following Fact Sheet reflects the data collected in 2016.2016 FACT SHEETGender(Total Reported: 4,451)4,451MalePracticing Physicians**Represents physicians providing clinical care in the District53%Femaleof physicians practicing inthe District are maleAge Distribution(Total Reported: 4,451)3.3%30 years and under31.3%31-40 years24%41-50 years19%51-60 years21.2%Over 60 years1.2%Not Reported0Community Health Administration1020Prepared by the DC Primary Care Office30405060708090100Source: DC Department of Health, Board of Medicine. (2016). Physician Survey Instrument.Page 3 of 8

PRACTICING PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS2016 FACT SHEETThe District of Columbia’s Board of Medicine (DC BOM) licenses allopathic and osteopathic physicians. The survey explored demographics in addition to workforcecapacity, access to care and special topics. The survey data reported on the following Fact Sheet reflects the data collected in 2016.Race/Ethnicity- Physicians vs PopulationPhysicians & waiian/NoPa1.1%herdeIslcificMupaHis0% IndanericAm10.5%1.4%l3.6%0.1% 0.2%018.8%cia19.6%35.8%ra50* Not collected on the survey5 out of 10 practicing physicians in theDistrict are Caucasian/White.Community Health AdministrationPrepared by the DC Primary Care Office5 out of 10 District residents areBlack/African-American.Source: DC Department of Health, Board of Medicine. (2016). Physician Survey Instrument.Page 4 of 8

PRACTICING PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS2016 FACT SHEETThe District of Columbia’s Board of Medicine (DC BOM) licenses allopathic and osteopathic physicians. The survey explored demographics in addition to workforcecapacity, access to care and special topics. The survey data reported on the following Fact Sheet reflects the data collected in 2016.Primary Care versus Specialty PhysiciansPrimary Care*: 33%*Includes Internal Medicine, FamilyMedicine, Obstetrics &Gynecology,Geriatrics, Pediatrics, PsychiatryOther Specialties: 49%Pulmonary Diseases: 1%Nephrology: 2%Oncology: 2%Endocrinology: 2%Cardiology: 5%Emergency Medicine: 6%Community Health AdministrationPrepared by the DC Primary Care OfficeSource: DC Department of Health, Board of Medicine. (2016). Physician Survey Instrument.Page 5 of 8

PRACTICING PRIMARY CARE PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS2016 FACT SHEETThe District of Columbia’s Board of Medicine (DC BOM) licenses allopathic and osteopathic physicians. The survey explored demographics in addition to workforcecapacity, access to care and special topics. The survey data reported on the following Fact Sheet reflects the data collected in 2016.Gender(Total Reported: 1,482)Age Distribution(Total Reported: 1,482)1%4%21.3%31.6%1,48219.6%Primary CarePhysicians*24.7%*Represents Primary Care Physicians providingclinical care in the DistrictFemale58%*Includes Internal Medicine, Family Medicine,Obstetrics & Gynecology, Geriatrics, Pediatrics,PsychiatryMale30 years and under31-40 years41-50 years51-60 yearsOver 60 yearsNot Reportedof physicians practicingprimary care in theDistrict are femaleRace/Ethnicity(Total Reported: n18.6%Asian/South Asian3%Not ReportedHispanic or Latino1.4%Multi-racial1.2%Other0.9%Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander0.1%American Indian/Alaskan Native0.1%0Community Health Administration10Prepared by the DC Primary Care Office2030405060708090Source: DC Department of Health, Board of Medicine. (2016). Physician Survey Instrument.Page 6 of 8100

PRACTICING PRIMARY CARE PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONSThe District of Columbia’s Board of Medicine (DC BOM) licenses allopathic and osteopathic physicians. The survey explored demographics in addition to workforcecapacity, access to care and special topics. The survey data reported on the following Fact Sheet reflects the data collected in 2016.2016 FACT SHEETPercentage of Physicians with Multiple Practice Locations1.3%13.6%0.3%15.2% of primary care physicians who provide patient care, full time or part-time,reported having two locationsPhysicians by Primary Care Specialties19.8%17.1%13.6%35.8%12%1.4%Internal MedicineFamily MedicineCommunity Health AdministrationPsychiatryGeriatricsPrepared by the DC Primary Care OfficePediatricsObstetrics & GynecologySource: DC Department of Health, Board of Medicine. (2016). Physician Survey Instrument.Page 7 of 8

PRACTICING PRIMARY CARE PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONSThe District of Columbia’s Board of Medicine (DC BOM) licenses allopathic and osteopathic physicians. The survey explored demographics in addition to workforcecapacity, access to care and special topics. The survey data reported on the following Fact Sheet reflects the data collected in 2016.2016 FACT SHEETFull-time Equivalents (FTE)* by Ward9.8%2.2%22.1%30.4%18.8%1.9%9%Ward 15.8%Ward 2Ward 3Ward 4Ward 5Ward 6Ward 8*Includes Internal Medicine, Family Medicine, Obstetrics & Gynecology, Geriatrics, PediatricsFull-time Equivalents (FTE) for Psychiatrists by Ward25.4%2.8%14.9%33.9%8.4%2.1%8.1%4.4%Ward 1Community Health AdministrationWard 7Ward 2Ward 3Prepared by the DC Primary Care OfficeWard 4Ward 5Ward 6Ward 7Ward 8Source: DC Department of Health, Board of Medicine. (2016). Physician Survey Instrument.Page 8 of 8

2016 FACT SHEET PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS The District of Columbia's Board of Medicine (DC BOM) licenses allopathic and osteopathic physicians. The survey explored demographics in addition to workforce capacity, access to care and special topics. The survey data reported on the following Fact Sheet reflects the data collected in 2016. (MDs and .