This area has a wide range of medical facilities, such as doctor’s offices, emergency care centers, and hospital. Although I am unable to comment on the specific composition of each medical facility’s staff, there are indications that the physicians in general reflect the ethnicity of the local population. In recent years, a study published by the American Medical Association Journal of Ethics showed that physicians from ethnicities and races underrepresented in medicine have increased. Between 2002 and 2015, the number of Black or African American doctors increased from 4.2% up to 8%. Similarly, Mexican American doctor numbers rose from 5.0% to 7.0%. These data suggest that healthcare providers have become more diverse, and are better representing their local population. There is work left to do to ensure that all healthcare providers are truly representative of their local populations. This is due to the disparities between educational opportunities for different ethnic/racial groups.