American Doctors in Good Standing Should be Allowed to Work

For years, the Association of American Medical Colleges has predicted the United States will face a large physician shortage, and the coronavirus pandemic may further exacerbate this shortage. However, there are thousands of qualified U.S. doctors who are unable to practice. Every year, about 1,000 U.S. citizens graduate medical schools...
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Kevin Lynn Interviewed on Why Doctors in the U.S. Don’t Have Jobs in the Middle of a Shortage

On April 6, Kevin Lynn, Founder of Doctors without Jobs, talked with Rick Fowler of the Saturday Morning Update in Washington, D.C., about building awareness for Doctors without Jobs.  
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The National Resident Matching Program No Longer Meets Doctor Needs

The National Resident Matching Program No Longer Meets Doctor Needs The National Resident Matching Program (NRMP) is a nonprofit, nongovernmental organization created in 1952 to place American medical school students into U.S. teaching hospitals’ residency training programs, which are mostly taxpayer subsidized through Medicare funds. Since its founding, NRMP has...
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AMA Lobbies for More Foreign Doctors, but Qualified Americans Shut Out

Last month, the American Medical Association issued a press release that urged U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services to process more H-1B visas, thereby allowing more nonresident physicians to come to the United States to practice medicine. The AMA claimed that a shortage of nonresident physicians who help fill care gaps in...
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Prioritizing Hiring American Doctors Should be the Standard

Outsourcing U.S. jobs to foreign markets followed by replacing local workers with foreign laborers has been the reality of the U.S. labor market for almost two decades. Manufacturing was the start of outsourcing, and then employers moved on to back-room corporate operations such as credit card processing and call centers...
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One Doctor’s Quest for Residency

Dr. Doug Medina One Doctor’s Quest for Residency Many Americans assume that anyone who graduates from medical school is all but guaranteed a financially secure future. Even after assuming large loans to cover the cost of education, the payoff is expected to include at the very least an upper middle...
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