Six Solutions to Meet California’s Health Care Needs 

California faces serious shortages in its health workforce, which makes it too difficult for too many people to access the care they need. For example, in the next decade, California will face a shortfall of 4,100 primary care clinicians, will need an additional 600,000 home care workers, and will only have two-thirds of the psychiatrists we need.

New Southern California Medical School To Tackle Doctor Shortages

by Anna Gorman

(SOURCE: California Healthline)

The Claremont Colleges plans to open a medical school, the fourth new campus designed to produce physicians for parts of Southern California struggling with shortages.