Members of Congress urge Northern Boundary Regional Commission to bring doctors to region with visa waiver program | Best Stories

WASHINGTON — As doctors become harder to find in rural parts of the country, a bipartisan group of House of Representatives members are calling on the Northern Border Regional Commission to step up and make it easier to recruit doctors In the region.

In a letter to NBRC this week, five House members representing districts along the Canada-US border in New York, New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine demanded that the group develop a plan to bring in qualified doctors and health professionals in the northern regions of their states.

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