Letter: Campbell helping treat physician shortage

By George Hague

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Campbell University opened a new school of medicine this past year to be part of the remedy for our state’s shortage of physicians and physician assistants. North Carolina ranks 35th in the nation in the number of doctors and has 20 counties without either an obstetrician or gynecologist. Pasquotank County is blessed to have such an outstanding medical community.

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