New Docs Have Trouble Committing To Rural Areas

The University of Kansas School of Medicine-Salina opened in 2011 — a one-building campus in the heart of wheat country dedicated to producing the rural doctors the country needs.

Now, eight years later, the school’s first graduates are settling into their chosen practices — and locales. And those choices are cause for both hope and despair.

Source: New Docs Have Trouble Committing To Rural Areas | The Lund Report