Osteopathic medical schools have a long tradition in rural communities and physicians who are trained in osteopathic medicine are more likely to select family medicine as a specialty than those . Best practices in recruiting physicians to rural areas resolution 311 a 14 promotion of medical practice in underserved areas was referred to the council on education and health workforce for review and recommendation action for recruiting physicians to rural areas . How then can rural communities attract and retain physicians because doctors who grow up in or train in small country towns are more likely than other physicians to practice in such communities medical schools have embraced a number of strategies that attempt to leverage these trends. Meeting the primary care needs of rural america another factor compounding the shortage of physicians is that the number of medical graduates who choose to practice rural primary care is insufficient to replace the rural doctors who are retiring understanding advanced practice registered nurse distribution in urban and rural areas of . Medical practice in rural communities cornelia fleischer mutel kelley j donham despite the urbanization of the united states the rural population exceeds 60 million and the provision of health services to these people remains a difficult problem
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