"It kind of wears you down after a while, having to constantly see patients not be able to access care they desire and care that they need," says Dr. Grace Mead, who is serving her residency as an OB-GYN physician in post-Roe v. Wade Tennessee. (Photo: John Partipilo)

Residency applications and medical practices introduced them to Tennessee. Then got here Dobbs. – Tennessee Lookout

(That is the primary in a two-part sequence on how Tennessee’s abortion ban has affected the coaching, recruitment, and retention of OB-GYN physicians in Tennessee.) When Dr….