Dr. Amanda Wilson, a family medicine resident at Peak Vista Community Health Centers, speaks with a patient.
The United States’ physician shortage is growing more critical every year. The main reason, health care leaders say, is a lack of residency programs. While enrollment in medical schools has increased, the number of residency slots has not kept pace. In the Pikes Peak region, Peak Vista Community Health Centers has created a family medicine […]
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