Noon Wednesday: George Quinn on the State's Shortfall of Physicians

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Noon Wednesday: George Quinn on the State's Shortfall of Physicians

By Marisa Wojcik | Here & Now

March 13, 2019

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Wisconsin is expected to be short at least 700 primary care providers by the year 2035. George Quinn, executive director of the Wisconsin Council on Medical Education and Workforce, joins us to talk about how the state is working to bridge the impending shortfall of physicians.


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