Primary Care Physicians Face Shortages

June 29, 2011

The new federal health care law set to kick in by 2014 will expand access to health care in Colorado. That's causing some experts to warn of a looming shortage of family practice doctors. Already, there aren’t enough of them to go around in poor urban areas and in rural Colorado, where it's hard to lure young medical students. Carol McKinley from Colorado Public News has this look at the situation.

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