MedServe cofounder Anne Steptoe, center, helps fellow Tyler Moore, right, practice how to take vitals on Lauren Groskaufmanis, a Duke medical school student, during training at the Medical Education and Clinical Skills Center at Berryhill Hall at UNC’s School of Medicine on June 22, 2016. MedServe is new a two-year fellowship that will send fellows to help primary care doctors in underserved sites across North Carolina.
MedServe cofounder Anne Steptoe, center, helps fellow Tyler Moore, right, practice how to take vitals on Lauren Groskaufmanis, a Duke medical school student, during training at the Medical Education and Clinical Skills Center at Berryhill Hall at UNC’s School of Medicine on June 22, 2016. MedServe is new a two-year fellowship that will send fellows to help primary care doctors in underserved sites across North Carolina. Ethan Hyman TNS
MedServe cofounder Anne Steptoe, center, helps fellow Tyler Moore, right, practice how to take vitals on Lauren Groskaufmanis, a Duke medical school student, during training at the Medical Education and Clinical Skills Center at Berryhill Hall at UNC’s School of Medicine on June 22, 2016. MedServe is new a two-year fellowship that will send fellows to help primary care doctors in underserved sites across North Carolina. Ethan Hyman TNS

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