At least one female family physician in every group practice?
Social changes have created changing expectations from women and have increased the proportion of female physicians. Many women seek care from female family physicians; women doctors find family medicine a good field in which to combine the responsibilities of a wife and mother with those of part-time family practice.
KeywordsGroup Practice Royal Commission Female Doctor Male Doctor Woman Partner
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