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INFORUM - 2016/05/31 11:49 a.m. (米国 North Dakota州)
North Dakota is in the midst of a physician shortage. Current projections from the 2015 UND Biennial Report include a shortage of 260-360 physicians by 2025. Physician shortages lead to longer waiting periods, decreased health care access and overall lower-quality healthcare. North Dakotans already wait weeks, if not months, to see a doctor, what will the future hold if there is an even greater shortage? Doctor shortage affects rural areas
Galva News - May. 31, 2016 at 3:00 PM (米国 Illinois州)
There are varying opinions about the physician shortage in Illinois, and according to the Association of American Medical Colleges Illinois is slightly above the national average for availability of primary care physicians, but how does this shortage impact people in central Illinois?
Three local doctors recently gave their thoughts on the topic. As doctor shortage grows nationwide, keeping them in NEPA more important
Scranton Times-Tribune -Published: May 29, 2016 (米国 Pennsylvania州)
When Chris Minello, D.O., finished his residency in internal medicine, he considered establishing a practice in Philadelphia.
The Clarks Summit native had attended medical school at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine and knew he would likely earn more money if he chose a large metropolitan area.
After spending three years in medical residency at the Wright Center for Graduate Medical Education, Dr. Minello, 32, said he was convinced staying in Northeast Pennsylvania was the right decision. Doctor Shortage Top of Mind At Graduation
Mississippi Public Broadcasting (blog) - May 31, 2016 at 9:00 pm (米国 Mississippi州)
Mississippi's doctor shortage puts the state dead last in the national rankings. It's an issue the University of Mississippi Medical Center is confronting, but as MPB's Desare Frazier reports, there's no quick fix.
Dr. LouAnn Woodward, dean of the school of medicine, says the state ranks 50th for number of doctors per person and it will take time to improve that outlook--one answer she says, increase class size. Yarram doctor shortage
Gippsland Times -May 30, 2016, 2 p.m (Australia)
"Doctors are scarce across rural Victoria and New South Wales," he said. "We're working on a limited roster at the moment, offering as the best coverage as we can with limited resources. "Having a second doctor will help with the on-call roster and after hours services."
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