By Good News Network Saturday, August 06, 2011
A Kansas college hopes young doctors will be more willing to practice in small towns if they go to a medical school in a rural area.
The University of Kansas will have what it says is the smallest four-year medical education site in the country, with eight students starting taking classes Monday on a satellite campus in Salina, Kansas.
"By training physicians in a nonmetropolitan area, we are showing young medical students that life can be good, and practice can be stimulating, outside of the big city."
(READ the story from Reuters)
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