Massachusetts community health center runs successful residency program

March 1997
Primary Care Weekly;03/24/97, Vol. 3 Issue 12, p1
Describes how the Greater Lawrence Family Health Center of Lawrence, Massachusetts successfully developed its own primary care residency program. History of the community health center; Difficulty encountered by the center in recruiting and retaining physicians at the onset; Partnership with Lawrence General Hospital for the inpatient component of the program; Terms of the partnership.


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