PCPs Report Status as Lockdown Lifts: Results from a National Primary Care Survey

Worry is mounting among PCPs about what’s coming after the initial COVID-19 pandemic wave, suggest results from week 8 of the Primary Care Collaborative’s Primary Care & COVID-19 Survey.

The Primary Care Collaborative released the Primary Care & COVID-19: Week 8 Survey results with 773 physicians who participated from 49 states between May 1, 2020 and May 4, 2020. The majority of respondents specialize in family medicine (70%), followed by internal medicine (11%), pediatrics (7%), and geriatrics (6%). What did the primary care physicians (PCPs) have to say about their COVID-19 experience? Find out in the slides below.

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