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Surgeons per 100,000 population from 1981 to 2009

This is mostly a workforce report on otolaryngologists, but there is a table that shows surgeons per 100,000 population trended over time from 1981 to 2009 for 12 surgical specialities.  Of the surgical specialties included on this table of “surgeons per 100,000 population” ratios, the ratio for vascular surgeons has increased the most from 2001-2009, while the ratio for thoracic surgeons has decreased the most. 

Source:  Neuwahl, S., and others. Trends in the otolaryngology workforce in the U.S. Bulletin of the American College of Surgeons;97(3):30-34, Mar. 2012.  Click here for full text: http://www.facs.org/fellows_info/bulletin/2012/hpri0312.pdf  Posted by AHA Resource Center, (312) 422-2050, rc@aha.org

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