Officials hope new residency program keeps doctors in South Florida
South Florida medical schools and institutions marked the beginning of a new residency program, bringing 50 doctors to the area. The new doctors are the first residency candidates from a partnership between the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine at Florida Atlantic University, JFK Medical Center, and the West Palm Beach VA Medical Center. Medical officials hope many of them stay at the facilities and help boost South Florida's shortening supply of doctors.
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