NJ is losing its Primary Care Physicians

Over 60% of our primary care medical residents are taking their medical training and leaving NJ,  citing their inability to tackle medical school debt if they remain in NJ's unfriendly primary care environment.

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WHY ARE THEY LEAVING?

Massive student loan debt and an unfavorable practice environment. 

WHY PRIMARY CARE?

Having a personal primary care physician has a direct impact on access, quality and costs.

WHAT NJ CAN DO

NJ can take immediate steps to promote primary care and keep new physicians in state.

DOCTORS' STORIES

Home grown primary care physicians are forced to consider out of state offers.