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Top 10 physician specialties that will grow the most by 2025

Growth in Number of Physician Specialists: 2010 to 2025

Important note: This source EXCLUDES primary care physicians.  The analysis was for non-primary care specialists only.

  • 64 percent increase: Physical medicine
  • 55 percent increase: Pediatric subspecialites
  • 54 percent increase: Emergency medicine
  • 40 percent increase: Neurology
  • 35 percent increase: Dermatology
  • 34 percent increase: Neurological surgery
  • 32 percent increase: Radiation oncology
  • 26 percent increase: Vascular surgery
  • 25 percent increase: Radiology
  • 23 percent increase: Endocrinology, Hematology-oncology, Infectious disease, Otolaryngology (all tied at 23%)

Specialties expected to DECREASE in number of physicians by 2025 include:

  • (-) 37 percent: Occupational medicine
  • (-) 24 percent: Thoracic surgery
  • (-) 11 percent: Critical care medicine

Source: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration, National Center for Health Workforce Analysis. (2014, July). Projecting the supply of non-primary care specialty and subspecialty clinicians: 2010-2025. Retrieved from: http://bhpr.hrsa.gov/healthworkforce/supplydemand/usworkforce/clinicalspecialties/clinicalspecialties.pdf  Posted by AHA Resource Center (312) 422-2050, rc@aha.org

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