The Ob-Gyn Workforce

The Obstetrician-Gynecologist Workforce in the The Obstetrician-Gynecologist Workforce in the United States 2011 United States: Facts, Figures, and Implications 2017

The current ob-gyn workforce is undergoing fundamental changes that will have important long-term implications on the professional lives of ob-gyns and the delivery of women's health care. The Obstetrician-Gynecologist Workforce in the United States: Facts, Figures, and Implications 2017 provides ACOG members, health service researchers, academicians, policy makers, and the public with data to better understand ob-gyn workforce trends and dynamics. This data-driven publication provides up-to-date, detailed, and descriptive statistics about active ob-gyns and ob-gyns in training.

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Ob-Gyn Distribution AtlasThe Ob-Gyn Distribution Atlas

As the population grows and the demand for women's health care expands, the supply of ob-gyns is predicted to be insufficient in many locations. This collection of maps on national, district, and state scales provides a snapshot of two key areas in access to care: 1) where ob-gyns practice relative to the population and 2) the drive time required for patients to reach a hospital with a maternity center.  The Ob-Gyn Distribution Atlas offers a visual presentation of reliable data to support policy making for the future of women's health care in the United States.

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