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La Clinica del Pueblo de Rio Arriba hasn't had a staff physician for three years, but relies on four so-called midlevel health professionals to serve a sparsely populated area of 15 communities. A disproportionate majority of New Mexico's health care workforce is concentrated in urban areas, leaving rural communities underserved, according to state data. (Roberto E. Rosales/Albuquerque Journal)

La Clinica del Pueblo de Rio Arriba hasn’t had a staff physician for three years, but relies on four so-called midlevel health professionals to serve a sparsely populated area of 15 communities. A disproportionate majority of New Mexico’s health care workforce is concentrated in urban areas, leaving rural communities underserved, according to state data. (Roberto E. Rosales/Albuquerque Journal)

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