Some 34 Wisconsin teaching hospitals stand to lose $56 million over the next two years in state funding for training medical students under Gov. Jim Doyle's proposed budget. Reduced funding for teaching costs and salaries for interns, residents and fellows could lead many of the state's 1,500 physicians-in-training to go elsewhere, the Wisconsin Hospital Association said. The state is trying to close a $3.2 billion budget deficit. -- by Patrick Reilly
Wis. budget cuts would hit teaching hospitals
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