RPAP's Research and Analysis team have compiled healthcare data in the following categories, and have grouped it according to the province's federal electoral districts as of the 2012 federal election, prior to the recent redistribution:
- Physician count
- Average Physician Age (est.)
- Age distribution
- 5-Year Physician Retention Rate
- Percentage of International Medical Graduates in Newcomers (Over 5 Years)
- Origin of 2014 physicians
- Physicians per 100,000 Inhabitants
- Percentage of International Medical Graduates in Physician Cohort (Current Physician)
This week we profile the Wild Rose rural federal riding, situated in central Alberta. The infographic above provides a statistical overview of the landscape of rural health in Wild Rose as of March 1, compared with the rural Alberta and provincial averages.
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