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Demand for Primary Care Docs Remains Strong

The demand for primary care doctors is being fueled by health reform mandates as well as physician turnover, which has been on the rise over the past three years, a physician recruitment report finds.

1 comments on "Demand for Primary Care Docs Remains Strong"
Paul Desillier (10/4/2013 at 9:39 AM)

If there is such a shortage of physicians in primary care maybe some of the medical schools should offer a 2 year program to PAs to become MDs and allow them to attend the appropriate residency. It would cut 2 years off the program and get the PCP numbers up quicker.