This map shows where Idaho needs more primary-care providers. A health professional shortage area is an underserved population. A population-group HSPA, shown here in red, means a subgroup — typically low-income — is underserved. A geographic HSPA, in pink, means everyone in a county is underserved.
This map shows where Idaho needs more primary-care providers. A health professional shortage area is an underserved population. A population-group HSPA, shown here in red, means a subgroup — typically low-income — is underserved. A geographic HSPA, in pink, means everyone in a county is underserved. Map by Lindsie Bergevin. Research by Audrey Dutton.
This map shows where Idaho needs more primary-care providers. A health professional shortage area is an underserved population. A population-group HSPA, shown here in red, means a subgroup — typically low-income — is underserved. A geographic HSPA, in pink, means everyone in a county is underserved. Map by Lindsie Bergevin. Research by Audrey Dutton.

Where are the doctors? They’re not in Idaho.

April 07, 2016 1:03 PM

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