Enrollment in US medical schools is rising considerably, according to a recent report by the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC). However, the increased enrollment may not head off the looming physician shortage.
First-year enrollment will grow to nearly 19 909 in the 2012 academic year from 16 488 in 2002—an increase of nearly 21%, according to estimates in the annual survey on medical school expansion (http://www.aamc.org/enrollmentplans).
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Medical school enrollment is on the rise in the United States, which creates a number of challenges for schools and residency programs.
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