Why Physicians Should Practice Medicine in Minnesota

September 27, 2013

Family physician Julie Anderson shares her perspective on practicing medicine in the state of Minnesota.

There are several reasons The North Star State stands out as a great place to practice,

family physician Julie Anderson, of St. Cloud, Minn., told Physicians Practice.

"In practice we have very low malpractice rates in our state compared to others, we have a lot of physician involvement in policy-making decisions at the government level, and for the cost of living, I believe that we have a very good salary," said Anderson.

Listen to this podcast to hear more about what Anderson loves and dislikes about practicing in Minnesota.

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