There's a shortage of doctors in rural America
There’s a shortage of primary care physicians for the more than 46 million Americans living in rural areas.
Here & Now host Robin Young speaks with STAT’s Hyacinth Empinado about the impact of shortages of physicians in rural America and the challenges it presents.
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