California will see a record number of new physicians, with the state now having the most doctors per 1,000 residents in the nation, according to a new study from Kaiser Family Foundation.
California, home to the largest number of medical students in the country, has a physician population of nearly 17,000, making it the second-highest in the U.S. in terms of residents per 1-year-old.
The study also found that nearly 40% of the state’s doctors will need to be on call 24/7.
California’s physician population will rise by about 30% from last year.
“In California, the primary care doctor population is about 70% of what it was a few years ago,” said Dr. Paul Buss, senior vice president of health care at Kaiser Family.
“But if you look at the number of physicians, they’re only about 5% of that.
The number of hospital visits is also declining.”
California has one of the highest rates of pediatric cancer in the United States, according the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
According to the Kaiser Family study, about 17,500 children in California have a pediatric cancer diagnosis, compared to about 3,700 in all of the other states.
While the overall number of pediatric patients will continue to grow, there are significant population gains happening in some of the more rural areas.
The population growth has been so significant that the state has nearly doubled the population of those living in the region.
“In California in the last few years, there has been an enormous shift,” Buss said.
“The region that we are in is a growing region.
We’re seeing a lot of people in their late 20s and early 30s.
That’s a trend we haven’t seen in the past.”
In addition to the increase in health care workers, the population has also increased rapidly in other areas of the country.
In Texas, where there are roughly 5,000 more residents than the next most populous state, the physician population has increased by more than 300% since 2000, according Kaiser.
The state’s physician base will now be at least twice as large as the population it was just a few decades ago.
California has a population of more than 5.4 million residents, making up 14% of all the residents of the nation.
While that number has increased over the last five years, it’s still dwarfed by the other big health care hubs like New York City, San Francisco, and Boston.
The vast majority of the U,S.
population is concentrated in the Northeast and Midwest, which have the largest populations.
In fact, a majority of people live in states that are home to more than 100,000 people, according a report from the Kaiser Health Tracking Project.
Thats an increase of nearly 4,000 from 2010.
That also represents a massive increase from the previous year, when the states had about 4,300 people per 100,0000 residents.
While California’s population will continue its rapid growth in the coming years, Buss says that it is important to remember that there is a significant population out there waiting for health care services, especially in the urban areas.
“The thing about the states that have more population is that they’re going to have a bigger health care population,” Burs said.