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Career Alternatives

  • Daniel J. Ostergaard

Abstract

A multiplicity of career alternatives awaits the family physician graduating from a family practice residency program today. Fully trained family physicians are in great demand for practice as well as nonpractice situations. Full specialty status attached to broad-based education uniquely qualifies family physicians for several roles.

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Family Physician Private Practice Family Practice Career Alternative Solo Practice 
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  • Daniel J. Ostergaard

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