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Paul James followed a calling to become a family doctor in Bethel, North Carolina. The town of roughly 1,600 in the eastern part of the state near Greenville is where his parents had a farm.

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Hospitals and emergency rooms around the country are packed with sleek, cutting-edge technologies. But it’s a distinctly different picture over at your primary-care clinic.

The University of Washington’s School of Medicine today once again earned the No. 1 spot among primary-care medical schools in U.S.

It’s late in the season and late in the game – a time when every yard gained takes on more meaning as players extend beyond their physical limits.

U.S. News & World Report today ranked the UW School of Medicine as the nation's top educational site in 2015 for primary care, family medicine and rural health.

A new family medical residency training program in Coeur d’Alene is one step to try to help address Idaho's anticipated shortage of physicians.

“When parents come in with their child to see a pediatrician or a family doctor, they’ve got two questions when their child has a coug

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