There are more seniors living now than ever before in the history of the United States. But as the population grows older, there are fewer health care professionals being trained to care for them. It's an issue several city institutions are partnering with community-based groups to address —targeting, first, residents in the Bronx, where health outcomes are poorest in New York state. Health Reporter Erin Billups has the story.
How community groups are addressing decreasing number of professionals caring for seniors
PUBLISHED April 4, 2018 @9:18 PM