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More boots on the ground: Dr. Lisa Dodson talks about provider shortages in Sunday Oregonian

Lisa Dodson, M.D., Associate Professor, Department of Family Medicine, shared her perspective on the health care impact of the growing physician shortage in Oregon, especially in rural Oregon. As a family physician working in towns such as John Day and Burns many times a month, often working 48 to 72 hours straight so physicians in these communities can take a rare weekend off, she has a unique frontline perspective on the issue.

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