Brody School of Medicine Ranks High Nationally For Family Medicine

East Carolina University’s Brody School of Medicine is second in the nation for the number of its graduates who go into family medicine. The list is compiled annually by the American Academy of Family Physicians and ranks the average percentages of graduates who enter family medicine. Brody has been ranked in the top five for seven straight years.

Just under 20 percent of Brody graduates have gone into family medicine in the last three years, according to a report in Family Medicine Magazine, which is about double the national average. The Brody School of Medicine is first in North Carolina for sending students into this specialty and more than 60 percent of Brody graduates are still practicing in North Carolina five years after graduation. There are currently Brody graduates practicing in 83 of the state’s 100 counties.


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