More than 65 million Americans live in areas without enough primary care providers – and the shortage is only expected to get worse. But health care reform is working to change that by expanding the National Health Service Corps. That federal program helps pay for aspiring primary care clinicians. The catch? They must work in areas where they’re needed most. For HealthyState.org, WGCU’s Farah Dosani has the story of two doctors and their experience with the corps.
Wednesday, 16 March 2011 06:17
Health Service CorpsWritten by Farah Dosani