More medical schools need primary care programs, experts say

12/17/2012 | American Medical News (free content)

More primary care training programs are opening at U.S. medical schools, but Perry Pugno, M.D., the AAFP's vice president for education, says family medicine still faces challenges because some schools on the "high-prestige list" do not have them. John P. Fogarty, M.D., dean of Florida State University College of Medicine, said, "Family medicine should be the foundation of health reform if we ever expect to provide affordable, quality care for all."

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