Universities' program hopes to increase number of family doctors

11/19/2012 | WKYC-TV (Cleveland)

Two Cleveland-area universities have launched a program designed to recruit students who want to stay in the region as primary care physicians. The Partnership for Urban Health aims to address the growing shortage of family doctors, estimated by AAFP to be 39,000 below needed levels by 2020. One of the partnership's goals is to find grants and scholarships to help medical students pay for their education.

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