Primary care physicians in York County, South Carolina, provide medical care to an average of 2,066 patients annually. This figure is a decrease of 4.26% from the previous year (2,158 patients). This number is significantly lower than the number of patients seen by dentists (2,080) and mental health providers (560) in the same area. QuickFacts provides statistics for all states and counties, as well as cities and towns with a population of 5,000 or more.
Car ownership in York, South Carolina is roughly equal to the national average, with an average of 2 cars per household. The Lorna Breen Health Care Provider Protection Act was recently signed into law by President Biden and named after the New York City emergency doctor who took her own life after weeks of exhausting work early in the COVID-19 pandemic. This measure will help raise awareness of the mental health needs of doctors and, at the same time, develop evidence-based programs to better support doctors and other health workers. The table below shows the percentages of U.
S. citizenship in York, South Carolina compared to its neighboring and parent geographies. According to the AMA master file there are more than 818,000 doctors involved in direct patient care, of whom nearly 145,000 receive residency training. Nearly 202,000 doctors are inactive or semi-retired, and nearly 43,000 spend more time in administrative, teaching, or research roles than in patient care.
The chart below shows households in York, South Carolina distributed among a number of income groups compared to the national averages for each group. The homeownership rate in York, South Carolina is 61%, roughly equal to the national average of 64.4%. The table below shows how the average household income in York, South Carolina compares to that of its neighboring and parent geographies. The chart below shows households in York, South Carolina distributed among a number of groups of car owners compared to the national averages for each group.
Learn how the AMA is advocating for changes to improve the well-being of doctors and much more in this webinar on Advocacy Insights from the AMA. The table below shows how the percentage of uninsured people in York, South Carolina changed over time compared to the percentage of people enrolled in various types of health insurance. Harmon, a family doctor from South Carolina said that, in addition to treating his patients' conditions, he must now manage his expectations as well as his own. The two engaged in a carefree talk in which they discussed the crisis of shortage of doctors and the solutions to help overcome it, and based on their own personal experiences in the field of medicine.