Since 1996 the WRITE outcome data is encouraging. As of 2013, there have been 129 WRITE graduates that have matched into residencies, of those, 69% have selected primary care residencies: 44% into Family Medicine, 15% into Internal Medicine, 10% into Pediatrics.
Practice outcomes are available for 76 graduates of the WRITE program. Sixty eight percent of WRITE graduates are practicing in a primary care specialty. Twenty five graduates or 33% have returned to rural areas to practice. Rural is defined as an area with a Rural Urban Commuting Area (RUCA) score of 4 or greater. Sixty percent of WRITE graduates in rural practice are Family Physicians. There currently are five WRITE graduates practicing in WRITE communities and teaching the next generation of WRITE students.