“This is the first step,” said Joe Cardona, vice president for university relations at Rowan. “We both agree we’re serious about the possibility of this happening.”
How serious? The university and AtlantiCare split the $100,000 cost of the study.
“By the year 2020, we’re going to be short 3,000 physicians in the state,” he said. “And, if you go out to West Virginia for your undergraduate degree, the odds are you’re going to stay out there.”
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