Journal of Urgent Care Medicine

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The Journal of Urgent Care Medicine

The official journal of the Urgent Care Association of America (UCAOA). Each issue of JUCM contains a mix of peer-reviewed and useful clinical and practice management articles which address the distinct clinical and practice needs of today's busy urgent care medicine specialists.

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