The Colorado Independent,2020
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Before the COVID-19 pandemic struck, Wendy Dyson would take the 6 a.m. bus every weekday from Commerce City to a Denver methadone clinic for...
Notes from the 98th day of the 2014 legislative session.
On the eastern plains, patients outnumber their doctors 5,000 to one. That is about the same ratio at which patients out number doctors in Afghanistan. In Denver that ratio is just over 1,300 to one. The Health Institute estimates that a single primary care doctor working full time can reasonably serve only 1,900 patients.