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Patricia,

As you get info on this topic, be certain to check how each source defines
"primary care".  Unfortunately, there is no standard definition.

slm

Patricia A. Auflick wrote:

> I am trying to help someone find information on any trends in primary care
> - ie are there more or less primary care physicians now as compared to the
> last decade, are there more/less rural vs urban primary care physicians
> now as compared to the last decade, are there more/less female/male
> primary care physicians compared to the last decade?  Any information
> would be greatly appreciated.
>
> Pat
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