Pediatric sub-specialists are in short supply in U.S.

06/30/2010 | Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, Mass.)

There is a national shortage of pediatric sub-specialists, which can result in long wait times and travel for patients and families, due in part to low pay and years of extra training required. Dr. Alan Leichtner of Children's Hospital in Boston says the training is not necessarily an efficient process and could be more streamlined to help attract more medical students.

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