California Clinics Say Measures to Address Primary Care Shortage Are Not Enough

Now that we are close to the closing down of health clinic for the poor, government is admitting that while you will have a document saying you have coverage, though there will not be the doctors available to provide the service you and the taxpayers are paying for. How bad is it? Democrats tried to change the law to allow those who never attended a medical school class to act as doctors—just like in a Third World country.
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One Response to California Clinics Say Measures to Address Primary Care Shortage Are Not Enough

  1. andrewc24 says:

    Just because physician assistants and nurse practitioners didn’t attend medical school does not mean they aren’t qualified to provide care. Many have years of experience and have learned the necessary skills from doctors. I’m not saying the doctor shortage isn’t a problem, and the ACA definitely won’t help the cause, but some PAs and nurses can be fantastic care providers.

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