Targeted Rural And Underserved Track

Recruitment for rural physicians starts with a summer program

Recruitment for rural physicians starts with a summer program

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A new report on the Summer Community Program out of the University of Missouri School of Medicine reflects the program's success. The 15-year study says that when medical school graduates participate in the program, which places them in a rural community for four to six weeks between the first two years of medical school, it makes them more likely to practice in rural areas once they are out of school.