Calif. shows growth in physician population, but needs persist in some areas

03/26/2014 | Central Valley Business Times (Stockton, Calif.)

A report released by the California HealthCare Foundation showed the physician population in the state grew from 66,151 in 1993 to 105,770 in 2013, an increase of 59.9% that is more than twice the growth rate of the total population. However, 32% of California physicians are older than 60, compared with the national average of 28%. In some areas of the state, the ratio of physicians to population fell below recommendations. California has the second-oldest doctor workforce in the U.S.

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Central Valley Business Times (Stockton, Calif.)

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