If all goes according to plan, 277,000 West Virginians will have government-sponsored health coverage by 2016, as part of the federal Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. And while that means thousands of state residents will have access to healthcare they previously lacked, patients still might find it difficult to see a primary-care doctor.
W.Va. may lack doctors for Medicaid expansion
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