Survey Shows PCP Shortage and Lopsided Distribution



California has nearly 20% fewer practicing physicians than was assumed, and not nearly enough active primary care providers to meet the state's needs, according to the 2008 Medical Board of California's database. Though it has an "abundance" of specialists, half the counties don't have nearly enough.


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