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OB-GYNs Are Disappearing from Wisconsin's Rural Hospitals. A UW Program Trains New Doctors in Small Communities, Hoping They'll Stay.

Post Crescent
Jul 28, 2021
Highlights a University of Wisconsin-Madison program that places OB-GYN medical school residents at rural hospitals to encourage them to practice in those underserved communities. Describes how the program will help to address the shortage of obstetrics providers in rural areas. UW-Madison hopes to help other universities implement similar programs.
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Access · Health workforce education and training · Health workforce supply and demand · Maternal health and prenatal care · Rural-urban differences · Wisconsin