''Utah ranks last in the country for primary care doctors, with 58.4
active primary care physicians per 100,000 people, according to 2011 American
Medical Association data. the national average of 79.4 primary-care doctors per
100,000 people.'' WHy stop at the national average? The District of
Columbia has about 800 physicians per 100,000, The back story is a century old
when the Flexner Report said control medical education! and half of the medical
schools were closed, all women's medical schools, and all but 3 black
medical schools. Utah graduates 80 MDs and proposes another 40 DOs a year, while
Utah has been graduating 300 lawyers a year for decades. Utah should add a
thousand medical school seats, and become a center of medicine and learning.
Look up Flexner report on Wikipedia. The US has fewer medical schools now than
a century ago, when the country was half the size (population). (with 6 times
the number of ful time equivalent for law schools).
This country would be better off if barack had never come here in the first