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Office of Admissions - Brody School of Medicine
How Does BSOM Compare to Other Medical Schools?

Data from Association of American Medical Colleges 2015
 
Percent of 2000-04 graduates practicing in rural areas:
16.9%
90th percentile within 124 accredited U.S. medical schools: 13.5%
 
Percent of 2000-04 graduates practicing in under-served areas:
36.2%
90th percentile within 124 accredited U.S. medical schools:
25.4%

Percent of 2000-04 graduates practicing in same state as medical school:
57.9%
90th percentile within 124 accredited U.S. medical schools
55.4%

Percent of 2000-04 graduates practicing in Primary Care:
40.4%
90th percentile within 124 accredited U.S. medical schools:
34.1%

Percent of 2011-13 graduates training in Family Medicine:
19.2%
90th percentile within 126 accredited U.S. medical schools:
15.0%

Percent of 2008-13 graduates who are African-American:
12.6%
90th percentile within 126 accredited U.S. medical schools:
10.3%

Percent of 2008-13 graduates who are Native American:
3.6%
90th percentile within 126 accredited U.S. medical schools:
1.3%

Average debt of indebted 2014 graduate:
$103,165
10th percentile within 129 accredited U.S. medical schools:
$110,613

Data from the American Academy of Family Practice
Top Five Among U.S. Medical Schools Producing Family Physicians 2014

Data from the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine
Number One Among U.S. Medical Schools in Graduates Matching in FM Residencies from 2008-2011