Visa program not helping ease Ohio's primary care doctors shortage
Cleveland Plain Dealer, February 19, 2008
To help offset a shortage of primary care physicians, Ohio has a program that taps foreign-born medical grads to be PCPs in areas that need them. The program, however, is not meeting its stated goal and is instead helping big hospitals keep specialists on their staffs, according to a report.
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