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Georgia is facing a shortage of primary care doctors, and the numbers may not get much better in the short term.
The new health care laws are bringing more people into the system, even as increasing numbers of medical students opt to earn more money — to pay off their growing school debts — by becoming specialists.
Today, one expert looks at where Georgia fits nationally, and a medical school dean writes about what needs to be done to correct the problem.
What are your ideas on the subject?