A resident at the Northridge Family Medicine Residency Program in Los Angeles talks to a medical student about their residency program.
Like much of the rest of the country, California faces a a family doctor shortage. Some expect it could get worse as President Obama's health care law kicks into gear by 2014. Part of the problem is that the state limits the number of slots for family practice residencies. Reporter: Susan Valot
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