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This profile was last updated on 7/13/09  and contains information from public web pages and contributions from the ZoomInfo community.
 
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Debra McFadden, director of ...
www.dailytidings.com, 13 July 2009 [cached]
Debra McFadden, director of the Jackson County Medical Society, coordinates VOLPACT.
"All three Jackson County hospitals and close to 350 doctors participate in the program," she said.
Job growth lifts county employment totals - April 17, 2004
www.mailtribune.com, 17 April 2004 [cached]
Debra McFadden, Jackson County Medical Society executive director, says the Rogue Valley has had an annual net gain of 20 doctors for many years.For every new doctor, another three to five support positions are created.That doesn't take into account hospital or other care facility needs.
"If we get about 20 new doctors, that generates about 80 jobs a year," McFadden says.
League of Women Voters of Rogue Valley - LWVRV
www.lwvroguevalley.org, 19 Sept 2005 [cached]
it is estimated that at any given time, approximately three-fourths of Jackson County's family practice and internal medicine physicians will accept new Medicare patients, and only half will accept Oregon Health Plan patients, according to the Jackson County Medical Society Director, Debra McFadden.
La Clinica Health Care - Medford Oregon-VolPACT gets a big boost - Mail Tribune
www.laclinicahealth.org, 14 July 2008 [cached]
"It's kind of frustrating for people now," said Debra McFadden, director of the Jackson County Medical Society, which manages VolPACT. "They often call the wrong place or get sent to seven different places before they get the help they need."
McFadden said the toll-free number won't be up and running until the grant money is dispersed, probably sometime after July 1.
Physician shortage could dull image of ‘retirement heaven’ - March 30, 2003
www.mailtribune.com, 30 Mar 2003 [cached]
Southern Oregon's dearth of internists reflects the region's growing shortage of physicians in both general and special practice, said Debra McFadden, executive director of the Jackson County Medical Society.
"Even if we're recruiting, we're losing doctors because people are retiring," McFadden said.
McFadden said the medical society fields about 20,000 queries a year from people seeking information about a specific doctor or referral to a physician.About a third of those calls are from seniors.Some are searching for a primary doctor, but most are looking for a specialist.
Specialists are in high demand, too.Many schedule appointments months in advance for new patients.
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McFadden said the medical society can't promise to find a doctor for everyone, "but we'll do our best to help.Sometimes we can help, and sometimes we can't."
Reach the Jackson County Medical Society at 772-7511.
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