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August 31, 2012

Plans for a new DO school in Alabama

"The Alabama Department of Public Health reports 60 of Alabama's 67 counties do not have enough primary care providers, such as general practitioners, family doctors or pediatricians, and that rural parts of the state are the most medically underserved." A new school here is a good thing.

Put the med schools where the underserved live. Admit them. Train them. They will stay and practice.

Posted by rbrent at August 31, 2012 07:55 AM


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