On-call specialists at emergency rooms harder to find, keep
Hospital emergency departments across the United States are increasingly unable to find specialists to help treat seriously injured and ill patients, according to medical experts. A nationwide survey by the American College of Emergency Physicians in 2005, the most recent available, found that 73 percent said they had a problem with inadequate on-call coverage by specialists.
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