The Future of Family Medicine - Will We Have Enough Doctors?

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As health care evolves, the family doctor is expected to play a key role in coordinating care. But family physicians are in short supply now, what happens as health care needs expand?  Dr. Michael Jeremiah, Carilion Clinic's Chair of Family and Community Medicine disussed the issue on a recent broadcast of Virginia Conversations with host May-Lily Lee and Dr. Sean Reed, president-elect of the Virginia Academy of Family Physicians. 

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