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|Tuesday, February 08, 2011|
Prineville is experiencing a shortage of physicians, with a ratio of about one family doctor for every 943 citizens.
The shortage mimics a nationwide problem, says CEO of Pioneer Memorial Hospital, Bob Gomes. Specialists get paid much more than family doctors, and it is difficult to recruit physicians to remote, rural areas.
Read more at the Central Oregonian.
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