Data Briefs

These data briefs contain information about the numbers of medical care professionals trained, retained, and in residence in South Carolina.

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    Data Brief : growth and decline in selected healthcare occupations active in the South Carolina workforce : 2009/10 - 2019/20
    (2022-07) South Carolina Office for Healthcare Workforce; South Carolina Area Health Education Consortium
    This brief shows how the number of licensed health professionals actively practicing within South Carolina changed statewide and in the state’s rural and urban counties between 2010-2020 (nurses and physician assistants) or 2009-2019 (all other professions).
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    Data brief : sub-specialty physician workforce by practice county in 2011
    (2012-11) South Carolina Area Health Education Consortium. Office for Healthcare Workforce Analysis and Planning
    The tables on the following pages provide estimates of the number of full-time equivalent (FTE) physicians actively practicing in clinical sub-specialty areas within specific counties in South Carolina, based on data provided by the physicians themselves during the most recent biennial license renewal period: April 15 through June 30, 2011.
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    Data brief : retaining physicians educated in South Carolina
    (2013-09) South Carolina Area Health Education Consortium. Office for Healthcare Workforce Analysis and Planning
    This data brief contains information on retaining physicians educated in South Carolina. The brief compares the number of students who attended medical schools, who did their residency training, and who did both within the state versus how many are practicing medicine in South Carolina.
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    Data brief : retaining physicians educated in South Carolina
    (2011-03) South Carolina Area Health Education Consortium. Office for Healthcare Workforce Analysis and Planning
    This data brief contains information on retaining physicians educated in South Carolina. The brief compares the number of students who attended medical schools, who did their residency training, and who did both within the state versus how many are practicing medicine in South Carolina.
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    Data brief : medical student residency training slots in South Carolina
    (2013-09) South Carolina Area Health Education Consortium. Office for Healthcare Workforce Analysis and Planning
    This data brief contains information on medical student residency training slots in South Carolina and information on the balance of ACGME (Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education) residency placements and the educational background of SC medical residents/fellows in 2010.