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Simmi Gandhi, a nurse practitioner at the UMMA Clinic in South Los Angeles, uses a stethoscope to examine Hamdi Badar during a patient visit on March 12. This clinic and others like it are relying more on the skills of its nursing staff as the growing number of patients strains the ratio between caregivers and those in need of medical attention.
Simmi Gandhi, a nurse practitioner at the UMMA Clinic in South Los Angeles, uses a stethoscope to examine Hamdi Badar during a patient visit on March 12. This clinic and others like it are relying more on the skills of its nursing staff as the growing number of patients strains the ratio between caregivers and those in need of medical attention.
Christopher Okula/KPCC

About five million people in California have gained access to health insurance under the Affordable Care Act. Health care providers have been on the front lines of this change.

If you’re a doctor or nurse, you’ve likely witnessed changes in how patients get care and how health care facilities provide that treatment. KPCC’s health reporter Rebecca Plevin is reporting on how the repeal of Obamacare could affect Southern California. As a health care provider, what changes do you expect to see if the federal health law is changed? Are you seeing any changes in anticipation of repeal?

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