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Governor Ige signs bills aimed at retaining more health care professionals.

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Ige signs bills aimed at retaining more health care professionals
Ige signs bills aimed at retaining more health care professionals


Hawaii has a shortage of roughly 750 physicians, and Hawaii County is experiencing a shortage of 40% of the doctors needed, according to Senate Bill 2657.


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