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Sai Sudha Mannemuddhu

Sai Sudha Mannemuddhu

International medical graduates (IMGs) play an important role in the US healthcare delivery system. About a quarter of the 800,000 practicing physicians are IMGs, and 41% of practicing IMGs are in primary care disciplines (1). These physicians play a vital role in the care of vulnerable populations in the underserved areas of both urban and rural settings. In a survey conducted in pediatrics, international IMGs are more likely to work in underserved areas than are American medical school graduates (2).

About 18% of graduating pediatric residents are IMGs, and about 25% of fellows