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Program Trains Doctors to Work in Underserved Areas

Miller-McCune magazine reports today on UCLA's International Medical Graduate program, which prepares doctors trained in Mexico and other parts of Latin America for primary care residencies in California hospitals and, ultimately, positions as board-certified family physicians in the state's underserved minority communities. Dr. Patrick Dowling, program co-founder and chair of the UCLA Department of Family Medicine, is quoted.


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