SPOTLIGHT: Military faces physician, nurse shortage


With the U.S. at war, and the number of enlisted troops climbing, the volume of military personnel seeking medical care is growing. The problem, however, is that the military is struggling to recruit enough doctors and nurses to meet this demand. Increasingly, military officials are being forced to pay outside providers to care for soldiers and their families. Article

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