The Primary Care Track: A University of Maryland School of Medicine's Initiative to Improve Health Care Disparities in Maryland

Colgan, Richard; Lewin, Linda; Southall, Nikkita; Williams, Mozella; Marquez, Barbara Perez
December 2016
Maryland Medicine;12/1/2016, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p30
Academic Journal
The article discusses the Primary Care Track curricular offering of the University of Maryland School of Medicine designed to improve health care disparities in the state.


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