Heritage College Alumni Summary

Institutional Assessment and Accreditation

Our Story in Numbers...

Alumni Practicing Areas

Alumni practicing in HRSA designated areas or not

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Alumni Specializations

Alumni Specializations 2018

Alumni Specializations Key

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Of all the Heritage College graduates from 1980-2018 (i.e., 3698)...

  • 44% opted to pursue a career in General Primary Care** in the U.S.
  • 45% opted to pursue a career in General Primary Care & Primary Care Subspecialties** in the U.S.
  • 58% opted to practice in Ohio
  • 5% of all Heritage College grads have retired or are otherwise non-practicing
  • <1% of all  Heritage College grads are primarily working in a professional capacity other than medical practice (e.g., as a health care administrator)

Of all OU-HCOM graduates from 1980-2018 practicing as of January 30, 2019 (i.e., 2918)…

  • 46% are practicing in General Primary Care* in the U.S.
  • 48% are practicing in General Primary Care & Primary Care Subspecialties** in the U.S.
  • 40% are practicing in a federally designated HPSA or MUA/P in the U.S.
  • 18% are practicing in General Primary Care in a Federally designated HPSA or MUA/P
  • 19% are practicing in General Primary Care & Primary Care Subspecialties** in a Federally designated HPSA or MUA/P
  • 58% are practicing in Ohio

  Of all OU-HCOM graduates from 1980-2018 practicing in Ohio as of January 30, 2019 (i.e., 1699)…

  • 50% are practicing in General Primary Care* in Ohio
  • 52% are practicing in Primary Care & Primary Care Subspecialties ** in Ohio
  • 30% are practicing in a Federally designated HPSA or MUA/P in Ohio
  • 15% practicing in Primary Care in a Federally designated HPSA or MUA/P in Ohio
  • 15% are practicing in General Primary Care & Primary Care Subspecialties** in a Federally designated HPSA or MUA/P in Ohio
  • 16% are practicing in an Ohio Governor’s Certified Shortage Areas for Purposes of Rural Health Clinic (RHC) Program ***

Of the graduates from 1980-2018 in GME as of January 30, 2019 (i.e., 589)...

  • 43% are training in Primary Care
  • 43% are training in Primary Care & Primary Care Subspecialties**
  • 50% are training in a Federally designated HPSA or MUA/P
  • 21% are training in General Primary Care in a federally designated HPSA or MUA/P in the U.S.
  • 22% are training in General Primary Care & Primary Care Subspecialties** in a Federally designated HPSA or MUA/P in the U.S.

Of the graduates from 1980-2018 in GME in Ohio as of January 30, 2019 (i.e., 384)...

  • 43% are training in General Primary Care* in Ohio
  • 44% are training in Primary Care & Primary Care Subspecialties ** in Ohio
  • 46% are training in a Federally designated HPSA or MUA/P in Ohio
  • 21% are training Primary care in a Federally designated HPSA or MUA/P in Ohio
  • 21% are training in General Primary Care & Primary Care Subspecialties** in a Federally designated HPSA or MUA/P in OH
  • 8% are training in an Ohio Governor’s Certified Shortage Areas for Purposes of Rural Health Clinic (RHC)
    Program ***

* General Primary Care = General Family Medicine, General Pediatrics, General Internal Medicine & General Internal Medicine/Pediatrics
**General Primary Care and Primary Care Subspecialties correspond to those used by the Robert Graham Center in the organization’s Med School Mapper (see the definition provided in the FAQ area http://medschoolmapper.org/faqs.cfm ). The following specialties are counted as Primary Care Subspecialties: Adolescent Medicine, Family Medicine, Family Practice, Geriatrics (Family Practice), Sports Medicine (Family Practice), General Practice, Adolescent Medicine (Internal Medicine), General Preventive Medicine, Internal Medicine, Geriatric Medicine (Internal Medicine), Internal Medicine/Preventative Medicine, Sports Medicine (Internal Medicine), Public Health and Preventative Medicine, Internal Medicine/Pediatrics, Adolescent Medicine/Pediatrics, Pediatrics, and Sports Medicine (Pediatrics).
*** Some Ohio Governor’s Certified Shortage Areas for Purposes of Rural Health Clinic (RHC) Program overlap with federally designated HPSAs or MUA/Ps. Ohio Governor’s Certified Shortage Areas for Purposes of Rural Health Clinic (RHC) Program data used herein is available here