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CBC.ca - Apr 26, 2016 7:21 AM PT (British Columbia, Canada)
Hundreds of family doctors in B.C. are expected to retire in the next five years, raising concerns about the province's ongoing shortage of family practitioners. "The doctors are becoming an older group and a number of them are ready for retirement," said Dr. Shelley Ross with Doctors of B.C. Why the U.S. Doctor Shortage is Getting Worse
Fox Business - April 20, 2016 (USA)
Physicians are in short supply already and by 2025 the U.S. will need between 61,700 and 94,700 doctors with a significant shortage among specialists. This according to new research from the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC).
“These updated projections confirm that the physician shortage is real, it’s significant, and the nation must begin to train more doctors now if patients are going to be able to receive the care they need,” AAMC President and CEO Darrell Kirch said in a statement. America's facing a shortage of primary-care doctors
MarketWatch - Apr 4, 2016 11:24 a.m. ET (USA)
A previous version of this story included an incorrect calculation of the projected doctor shortage. The story has been corrected. The doctor will not see you now. The U.S. could lose as many as 100,000 doctors by 2025, according to a recent Association of American Medical Colleges report.
Tasked with checkups and referring more complicated health problems to specialists, these doctors have the most consistent contact with a patient. But 65 million people live in what's “essentially a primary-care desert,” said Phil Miller of the physician search firm Merritt Hawkins. The Doctor Shortage Is Coming: Whom Should We Blame?
Investor's Business Daily - 4/05/2016 (USA)
Health Care: The Association of American Medical Colleges is projecting a doctor shortage that will surely have a negative impact on our well-being. But we're not surprised. We've been watching government chip away at this for some time. Doctor shortage will only get worse
Delta-Optimist - April 22, 2016 12:00 AM (British Columbia, Canada)
Dr. Alan Ruddiman, president-elect of Doctors of B.C, formerly the B.C. Medical Association, said the shortage isn't so much about new doctors being hired away by other provinces, but is a more complex issue that has a variety of factors. It's all creating pressures that he said will become more intense as an estimated 25 per cent of doctors in the province say they plan to retire in the next five to 10 years. - See more at:
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