Seniors retiring to rural areas won’t find doctors
GRANTS PASS, Ore. – Nina Musselman had no trouble finding a family doctor when she retired to rural Oregon nine years ago to be closer to her children. But then that doctor moved away, leaving her to search for another who would take Medicare.
After a year of going from doctor to doctor, she finally found one who stuck.
As record numbers of baby boomers go into retirement, many are thinking about moving from the places they needed to live to make a living, and going someplace warmer, quieter or prettier.
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