The dating app Hinge, which launched a new app last fall to help people find relationships, has a ton of data about its most eligible bachelors and bachelorettes living in New York City.
But the company most recently provided us with more data about a specific, highly sought-after subset of the NYC population: doctors and medical professionals.
In the 1960s the metropolitan area of Southeastern Virginia known as Hampton Roads recognized that the region did not have enough physicians to support its growing population.EVMS has since graduated its 30th class of physicians, with one in four of all local physicians having some connection to the University and, additionally has produced many other medical professionals to satisfy the ever-growing need for health care workers.In the spring of 2008, the Commonwealth of Virginia approved appropriating capital outlay funds to EVMS to allow it to increase its doctoral student enrollment by 30% and its physician assistant program by 60%.Given how so many people are interested in dating single doctors and medical professionals, particularly in New York City, Hinge rounded up its 20 most eligible singles working in various medical fields. Job Title: Obstetrics and Gynecology Resident Education: Bucknell University, Drexel University College of Medicine, Drexel University School of Public Health Interested in: Men Here's her dating profile.Eastern Virginia Medical School (EVMS) is a public-private medical school in Norfolk, Virginia.EVMS is the first institution in the US to have produced a viable fetus through in vitro fertilization.EVMS is most known for its reproductive medicine, simulation/standardized-patient education as well as research in pediatrics, geriatrics, diabetes, and cancer.Brown students can get involved with the Brown University Relaxation Project or our SAPE, SHAG, or Masculinity 101 Peer Education programs. Stay informed about key campus health updates and events. Be in the know about Heavy Petting and other wellness happenings on campus. A FREE service from Brown University Health Promotion. In an attempt to close the gap, area leaders decided to found a regional medical school, to both attract physicians from outside areas and to produce "home-grown" practitioners.It was thought that a University medical center operating in conjunction with previously operating regional health care facilities would effectively end the shortage and more importantly, bring a bevy of experts and specialists to the area.