Tahmina Rahman, a resident in the Sierra Vista Family Medicine program, examines Helen Phillips in July 2014. The program, which opened three years ago at a Clinica Sierra Vista center in downtown Fresno, will graduate its last class of residents at the end of June 2017, potentially leaving a gap in the central San Joaquin Valley in homegrown doctors.
Tahmina Rahman, a resident in the Sierra Vista Family Medicine program, examines Helen Phillips in July 2014. The program, which opened three years ago at a Clinica Sierra Vista center in downtown Fresno, will graduate its last class of residents at the end of June 2017, potentially leaving a gap in the central San Joaquin Valley in homegrown doctors. BARBARA ANDERSON Fresno Bee file
Tahmina Rahman, a resident in the Sierra Vista Family Medicine program, examines Helen Phillips in July 2014. The program, which opened three years ago at a Clinica Sierra Vista center in downtown Fresno, will graduate its last class of residents at the end of June 2017, potentially leaving a gap in the central San Joaquin Valley in homegrown doctors. BARBARA ANDERSON Fresno Bee file

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