Family physicians are an important source of newborn care: the case of the state of Maine.

D. Cohen, J. Guirguis-Blake, B. Jack, V. K. Chetty, R. L. Phillips, L. A. Green, G. E. Fryer

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Abstract

Family physicians (FPs) provided 30 percent of inpatient newborn care in Maine in the year 2000. FPs cared for a large proportion of newborns, especially those insured by Medicaid and in smaller, rural hospitals where FPs also delivered babies. Family medicine's commitment to serve vulnerable populations of newborns requires continued federal, state, and institutional support for training and development of future FPs.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Number of pages1
JournalAmerican family physician
Volume68
Issue number4
StatePublished - Aug 15 2003

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  • Family Practice

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    Cohen, D., Guirguis-Blake, J., Jack, B., Chetty, V. K., Phillips, R. L., Green, L. A., & Fryer, G. E. (2003). Family physicians are an important source of newborn care: the case of the state of Maine. American family physician, 68(4).