UCLA program recruits Latino physicians into family medicine

04/5/2013 | Kaiser Health News

The International Medical Graduate Program at the University of California, Los Angeles, offers Latino physicians a stipend, mentorship and references to help obtain good primary care residency slots in exchange for two or three years of work in underserved areas of the state. Officials say the program addresses shortages of both primary care physicians and Latino doctors and so far has placed 54 Hispanic physicians into family medicine training programs.

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