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Office of Admissions - Brody School of Medicine

How Does BSOM Compare to Other Medical Schools

Percent of 2002-2006 graduates practicing in Primary Care: 38.9%
(90th percentile within accredited U.S. medical schools: 29.8%)

Percent of 2002-2006 graduates practicing in same state as medical school: 55.5%
(90th percentile within accredited U.S. medical schools: 55.2%)

Percent of 2001-2005 graduates practicing in rural areas: 12.9%
(90th percentile within accredited U.S. medical schools:  11.4%)

Percent of 2001-2005 graduates practicing in underserved areas: 35.6%
(90th percentile within accredited U.S. medical schools: 26.7%)

Percent of 2013-2015 graduates training in Family Medicine: 16.0%
(90th percentile within accredited U.S. medical schools: 15.3%)

Percent of 2012-2014 graduates training in Primary Care: 33.3%
(90th percentile within accredited U.S. medical schools: 35.0%)

Percent of 2009-2014 graduates who are African-American: 12.5%
(90th percentile within accredited U.S. medical schools: 9.8%)

Percent of 2009-2014 graduates who are Native American: 2.0%
(90th percentile within accredited U.S. medical schools: 1.4%)

Cost of attendance for 2016 graduate: $177, 595
(10th percentile within accredited U.S. medical schools: $191,038)

Average debt of indebted 2016 graduate: $112,692
(10th percentile within accredited U.S. medical schools: $114,328)

Number 1 in NC & Number 2 in US Medical Schools Producing Family Physicians
2017