Money woes beset medical school at UT-Memphis
The Tennessean, March 21, 2008
The University of Tennessee Health Science Center provides about 300 graduates a year to a state facing a shortage of pharmacists, nurses and nearly every other kind of medical professional. But now the school is facing an aging infrastructure, an inability to pull in top job candidates, and dwindling state funds. School administrators are now worrying that the problems could spread to student recruitment and, ultimately, the quality of Tennessee healthcare.
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