Fewer Doctors Are Choosing To Go Into Emergency Medicine

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Picture yourself in the emergency department in desperate need of acute care.

If you are lucky, you quickly check in with a triage nurse who takes your vitals and registers your complaint—before sending you back to the lobby. Hours pass and it’s likely you still have not been treated. You are surrounded by…

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