International medical graduates must comply with a myriad of complex local, state, and federal regulations during their residency, fellowship, and as practicing physicians. Due to the complex rules and regulations surrounding exchange programs for J-1 visa holders, especially J-1 physicians, we have developed the following page of resources.
Historical Conrad State 30 Slot Usage
Below is a listing of approximately how many of their Conrad State 30 slots each state uses. This chart is for informational purposes only and is not meant to indicate actual usage.
- States that usually fill all 30 slots each year:
Arizona, California, Illinois, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, New York, Texas, Washington, Florida
- States that fill from 20 to 29 slots:
Iowa, Pennsylvania, Arkansas, Maine, South Carolina, Louisiana, Connecticut, Minnesota, Rhode Island, Wisconsin
- States that fill from 12-19 slots:
Oregon, Ohio, Maryland, Delaware, Indiana, Kansas, New Mexico, Virginia, Oklahoma, Alabama, North Carolina
- States that fill from 8-10 slots:
Nebraska, New Hampshire, South Dakota, Colorado, Mississippi, Nevada, North Dakota, Georgia
- States that fill fewer than 6 slots:
Tennessee, West Virginia, Hawaii, Wyoming, Alaska, D.C., Montana, New Jersey, Utah, Idaho, Vermont
Please note that many of the links and resources are external to our site, so all international medical graduates are encouraged to use their own discretion when visiting these links.