With projections for a continued primary-care shortage—especially with the upcoming expansion of patients with new access to healthcare—established providers are growing more worried about who's going to train new primary-care doctors. To help meet the need locally, two Yakima, Wash., health centers have taken matters into their own hands by opening residency training programs.
Wash. residency program to help with doctor shortage
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