UNC School of Medicine: Serving North Carolina’s rural areas
Wed Jan 10, 2018
The UNC School of Medicine in Chapel Hill and Asheville is among the medical training programs in the state encouraging graduates to practice medicine in rural areas. In the 1970s as national concerns about rural healthcare came to the forefront, the state, in partnership with UNC School of Medicine, established Area Health Education Centers.
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