Iraqi doctors come to United States for training, fellowship
Twenty-seven Iraqi medical doctors spent the past month learning about healthcare in the United States. Their time in the U.S. was devoted to observing patient care and attending lectures. The Iraqi doctors were spread out throughout the country. Some went to Johns Hopkins Medical Center in Baltimore, some to Children's National Medical Center in Washington, while others went to community health centers and Indian Health Service hospitals.
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