Legislation pushed by two Monmouth County legislators to address New Jersey's shortage of doctors will move to the Assembly floor. The bill creates a program which redeems qualifying loan expenses for four years for physicians in specialties that experience a significant shortage in the state, if they work in New Jersey for that same amount of time in designated medically underserved areas.
N.J. legislation to address state's doctor shortage moves to Assembly floor
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