The most qualified medical examiner for any jurisdiction can be hard to find, and there’s a huge amount of variance.
But a quick search for a city and state in the United States will tell you the most experienced medical examiners are located in those places, and that’s what this list is about.
The list is compiled using publicly available data, including the most current state-level data from the U,S.
Census Bureau and the Office of Vital Statistics.
The results are ranked based on how likely a person is to perform an autopsy.
This ranking is the result of an analysis of the data from over 2,000 cases and deaths in more than 100 jurisdictions across the country.
The methodology for this ranking is straightforward.
The examiner is considered qualified if he or she has at least a bachelor’s degree, and the average years of experience in a specialty are the highest.
The criteria are based on data collected by the Medical Examiner Association of America, the medical board for the state in which the examiner is employed.
The data also includes an examiner’s current license, which can be revoked at any time, and a statement about whether or not the examiner’s license has been suspended.
We also looked at whether an examiner has received any awards from a state or local governmental entity, whether the examiner has a state-issued credential and whether he or her practice has a federal license.
The result of the ranking is a summary of the most highly qualified medical examines in each jurisdiction.
We then compiled the top 10 lists, which were then averaged across all states and the District of Columbia.
In order to calculate the rankings, we took into account the number of states with more than one examiner, the number in which a person has been awarded a state license, the total number of medical examiner positions in each state, the average experience and license age for each examiner, and whether the person has had to change their practices.
The final list is the one that best illustrates the level of expertise among medical examisnts across the United Sates.
The rankings below were derived using data from 1,933 medical examiner cases and cases for the entire country.
A person is considered certified if the examiner had completed at least three years of study in a state that has at most one certified examiner.
This includes medical schools, medical residencies, postgraduate medical education, and continuing medical education.
To ensure that a person’s experience is consistent across jurisdictions, we added the average age of each examiner to the average year of experience of each investigator, and subtracted the number from the average.
In the following table, the highest ranked jurisdiction is followed by the second-highest ranked, the third-highest, and so on.
The ranking of the states based on the number, the state-by-state average age, and total number is presented below.