In order to get more doctors to rural underserved areas of Georgia, the Medical College of Georgia is looking to shorten their time in... Changes by MCG aiming to get more doctors into rural areas

In order to get more doctors to rural underserved areas of Georgia, the Medical College of Georgia is looking to shorten their time in school, get them into primary care and offer tuition forgiveness if they practice at least six years in one of those areas.

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