“The provider shortage also disproportionately impacts, for example, Latino and African-American populations,” said Carmela Castellano-Garcia, President and CEO of the California Primary Care Association (CPCA). “We serve a very diverse population. Over 80 percent are people of color, over half are Latino, and there aren’t enough culturally competent clinicians to address the population.”

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