More than 900 doctors nationwide owe the federal government millions of dollars in unpaid student loans. The feds have worked to seize the money and even gone to federal court over it. 2NEWS Investigator Marla Carter found two of the doctors working right here in the Sooner state.
More than 900 medical professionals nationwide remain in default, owing the government more than $116 million for loans many stopped repaying more than 18 years ago.
There’s growing concern that bright but middle- or lower-class students may not be willing to take on such a burden. At the same time, the country is estimated to need an additional 20,000 to 60,000 doctors over the next two decades.
EDITORIAL | The Health Education Assistance Loan program illustrates a truism about federal loan programs: Before handing out any money, establish an effective mechanism for getting it back.
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