Hospitals receive $1.125M to increase access to health care and address physician shortage

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The Universal Health Services Southern California Medical Education’s Consortium Residency Program team receives $1.125 million in CalMedForce awards for Riverside County residency programs. Valley News/Courtesy photo
RIVERSIDE COUNTY– Universal Health Services Southern California Medical Education announced it received $1.125 million in CalMedForce awards to increase access to health care and address physician shortages. Of the total grant, $225,000 will support Emergency Medicine Residency Program training, $225,00 will support Internal Medicine Program training and $675,000 will support Family Medicine Program training. The local residency program will help increase access to care in the region and expand the physician workforce. UHS Southern California Medical Education Consortium Residency Program works directly with local UHS hospitals in Riverside County, including Corona Regional Medical Center, Southwest Healthcare System’s Inland Valley Medical Center and Rancho Springs Medical Center
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