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Many NJ Counties Are 'Health Care Deserts,' with Too Few Primary Care Doctors and Nurses

Source
NJ Spotlight
Date
Dec 2, 2019
Summary
Identifies counties in South New Jersey as having a shortage of physicians and nurses as well as low per-capita income and poor health outcomes. Discusses possible solutions to the shortage, such as allowing nurses to have more authority and decreasing the cost of medical school.
Tagged as
Health workforce supply and demand · Nurses · Pharmacy and prescription drugs · Physicians · Primary care · Wellness, health promotion, and disease prevention · New Jersey