- Deal signs medical school scholarship legislation Updated: Apr-16-14 6:05 pm
- Regional health group expands into more parishes Updated: Apr-15-14 10:37 am
- Washington State University considers med school Updated: Apr-13-14 11:32 am
- Young doctors still pulled to specialties Updated: Apr-12-14 9:43 am
- Okla. medical college ranked in Top 80 for care Updated: Apr-09-14 5:04 pm
- Health gap persists in Central Oregon Updated: Apr-04-14 12:37 pm
- Fewer Miss docs accepting Medicaid payments Updated: Mar-30-14 8:31 pm
ATLANTA - Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal signed legislation Wednesday to expand a scholarship program that will enable more medical students to practice in high-need areas.
MONROE, Louisiana - Northeast Delta Human Services Authority has joined efforts with Franklin Parish Hospital Service District No. 1 and Morehouse Community Medical Centers to provide services for patients who need both behavioral and primary health care.
SPOKANE, Washington - Medical officials predict an aging population and expanded health coverage under the Affordable Care Act will contribute to doctor shortages across the nation. In response to the projected need, Washington State University has begun exploring the feasibility of opening a medical school on its Spokane campus.
BALTIMORE - Despite nationwide efforts to encourage medical students to pursue primary-care specialties like pediatrics and internal medicine, most University of Maryland School of Medicine graduates are choosing other specialties.
TULSA, Oklahoma - Oklahoma State University's College of Osteopathic Medicine has been ranked among the Top 80 medical schools in the nation for primary care training.
BEND, Oregon - New data on smoking rates, obesity, poverty and other health factors highlight the large health gap among Deschutes, Crook and Jefferson counties.
JACKSON, Mississippi - Fewer than half of Mississippi's primary care doctors are taking new Medicaid patients, Mississippi State University researchers say.