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Graduate Medical Education for Teaching Hospitals in Fiscal Years 2000-2010

In the United States, teaching hospitals and associated ambulatory settings provide the graduate medical education (GME) for resident physicians ("residents") through several years of supervised, hands-on clinical training programs in particular areas of medicine.

These teaching hospitals provide three services simultaneously: (1) patient health care; (2) graduate medical training; and commonly (3) medical research services. In the training of residents, teaching hospitals incur significant costs and expenses beyond those customarily associated with providing patient care or performing medical research. The Medicare program makes payments to teaching hospitals for a portion of these added costs through its graduate medical education payments.

To perform a basic search, type a year, hospital site identification code, hospital name, or state and select submit. To perform another search, select reset. To perform an advanced search, select the "advanced search" tab at the top of the form and enter a hospital site identification code, or select a hospital name, state or year and select submit. To perform another search, select reset.

Information for fiscal years 2000 through 2010 can also be viewed and downloaded as Excel and PDF files.


November 2012