Rural Minn. struggles to find primary care physicians

05/18/2009 | Minnesota Public Radio

Rural Minnesota has a growing shortage of primary care physicians that translates to long waits for patients and more strain on hospital emergency departments. Hospitals and clinics have hired recruiters and offer tens of thousands of dollars in incentives for new hires, while the state offers student loan forgiveness for medical school graduates who commit to working three years in a rural community.

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