Report: Georgia should build medical campus
Atlanta Journal-Constitution, January 16, 2008
Georgia should spend millions of dollars on a new medical campus in Athens and rapidly expanding the Medical College of Georgia in Augusta to address critical doctor shortages, according to an independent report released at the board of regents. The study also details plans for training more doctors in the state.
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