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Meharry Medical College ranks second, Vanderbilt last in social mission study
Nashville's Meharry Medical College ranks second in the nation at producing primary care doctors who are minorities or...
Web Exclusive: Increasing U.S. Medical School Spots Won't Increase Physician Supply
There are more spots in American medical schools, and more new schools starting up to feed the physician supply...
Florida's medical schools growing, prospering
These are boom times for Florida's public medical schools, with them most likely getting $1 million more from the state...
As ranks of insured expand, U.S. faces shortage of 150,000 doctors in 15 years
Under the new federal healthcare law, experts warn there won't be enough doctors to treat the millions of people newly...
Web Exclusive: Texas Tech Program Hopes to Lure Med Students to Primary Care
Texas Tech University’s Health Sciences Center School of Medicine will launch a "first of its kind"...
Web Exclusive: Primary Care is Unappealing to Many Medical Students
The 2010 National Resident Matching Program shows that the number of U.S. medical students choosing internal medicine...
Web Exclusive: Match Day a Reminder of Primary Care's Struggles
Today is Match Day, when each year medical students find out which residency program they were matched with. Like...
Expecting a surge in U.S. medical schools
Nearly two dozen medical schools have recently opened or might open across the country, the most at any time since the...
Medical campus in Athens, GA, takes another step forward
The Medical College of Georgia received permission from a national accreditation agency to move ahead with plans to...
Report: Female doctors hurt productivity
The growing ranks of female physicians in Canada will slash medical productivity by the equivalent of at least 1,600...