News Headlines Article

Report notes U.S. dependence on international graduates to provide general surgeons
Modern Healthcare

The U.S. has “remained inherently dependent” on international medical school graduates to sustain its ranks of general surgeons, but the number of graduates from foreign programs practicing here is declining and this could create “a crisis of urgency” and exacerbate a projected general surgeon shortage, concluded a report in the Journal of the American College of Surgeons.