Accelerated Medical School Proposal Could Yield More Physicians, Less Debt

Assembly member Susan Bonilla (D-Concord) yesterday said her bill to accelerate the medical school process from four years to three could have a significant impact for the state. AB 1838 would help young physicians by lightening the weight of their school loans and help California by having physicians start their practices a year early, Bonilla said.

Getting medical students through school a year early could eventually increase the number of physicians in California, Bonilla added.  Read more here.

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