Frostburg program to address rural health provider shortage

A proposed physician assistant program at Frostburg State University aims to improve access to health care in western Maryland by finding students who want to work and live in the rural region. The master’s program, pending approval, expects to admit 25 students per year and offer 10 clinical rotations for students as it seeks to fill a ...

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