Posted on November 11th, 2009 by Kelley Luckstein
The Salvation Army's Good Samaritan Health Clinic is tapping into a new talent pool to boost staffing levels, and the benefits are more than two-fold…
Medical students have had an informal role in the clinic for the past 15 years, but as of a few weeks ago, that involvement became a requirement for all second year medical students at Mayo Clinic. "This has been in the works for 12-18 months probably, and the students just started coming out," said Dr. Thomas McLeod, Director of the Good Samaritan Medical Clinic.
KAAL by Sarah Swistak, 11/10/09
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