For rural populations, growing the workforce is key to improving health care

Rural areas throughout the United States often have trouble recruiting and retaining physicians due to their low populations. Opinions vary on whether Maryland has a true shortage of primary-care physicians of if they’re just not well-distributed; but the effect on residents of rural Maryland is the same – they may not find a doctor when they ...

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