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North Carolina is experiencing a lack of available physicians in both urban and rural areas.
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650
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Dr. Alan Kronhaus is the founder of KRON Medical of Chapel Hill, a temporary physician placement service.
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15090
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Dr. Alan Kronhaus and his wife Cornelia Maurer founded KRON Medical of Chapel Hill, a temporary physician placement service. Over the past six years they have built the company into the country's largest firm supplying temporary physicians. There are usually about one hundred doctors on assignment at everything from one-person practices to large teaching hospitals. Assignments can be in-country and out.
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26291
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North Carolina is facing a shortage in primary medical care. In response, programs are being developed to increase the productivity of physicians delivering primary care by using a helper, who is specifically trained as a physician’s assistant.
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Health Law Bulletin (NoCar KFN 7754 A1 H42x), Vol. Issue 31, Mar 1972, p1-5, f
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31706
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Governor Jim Holshouser discusses rural health care in North Carolina and plans for a medical school at East Carolina University. He also discusses trends in the medical profession, which include the lack of small town family physicians, the overflow of primary care, and the lack of accessible primary medical care.
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32011
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Medical professionals tend to seek jobs in city hospitals, but they are also needed in rural areas and small towns. Several anonymous general practitioners comment on their problems and their satisfactions of the medical profession in rural North Carolina.
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34427
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Dr. Marshall Silverman and Dr. Holly Smith of Signature Healthcare in SouthPark discuss the challenges of population growth outpacing the growth of primary care physicians. Concierge medicine arrived in Charlotte fifteen years ago with the opening of Signature Healthcare, creating an option for patients willing to pay a membership fee for an improved primary care experience. As healthcare and medicine continue to change, a new system for treating the wider population is needed.
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