Who makes up the 20,000-strong membership of Doctors for America? Every member brings a unique set of ideas, experiences, and skills to our movement. While there is no typical Doctors for America member, here are some quick statistics about the Doctors for America membership.
Thousands of Members throughout the Country
Physicians and Medical Students
Congressional Districts, including DC, Represented
Varied Stages of Training and Practice – Mainly Practicing Physicians
Physicians in Residency and Fellowship
Attending or Retired Physicians
Average Number of Years Beyond Training for Attending Physicians
Varied Specialties and Practice Locations for Physician Members
Primary Care Physicians
Private Practice (Solo or Group)
Academic, Government, or Work for a Hospital
Active Patient Care
Average Daily Number of Patients Seen by Our Members
That calculates to a conservative estimate of 200,000 patients per day!
Leaders in Medicine and Communities
Members on the Faculty of Medical Schools
Members Who Are Deans of 22 Medical Schools
We count in our ranks physicians who are elected officials, book authors, newspaper columnists, and leaders of community and physician organizations including several national physician organizations.