Retirements, graduate expectations aggravate health care shortage

Tonya Chapen, Registered Nurse Master of Science and Nursing (RNMSN), teaches a nursing class at CMU.



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Tonya Chapen, Registered Nurse Master of Science and Nursing (RNMSN), teaches a nursing class at CMU.

When Mesa County qualifies up to 7,000 more people for health benefits through Medicaid starting in 2014, expanded access to care could be jeopardized unless many more trained, experienced…




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