Rural Health Day

November 2013
Illinois Register;11/1/2013, Vol. 37 Issue 44, p17227
The article offers information on the rural counties of Illinois, U.S. which is considered as the soul of Illinois and the U.S. and works to step forward and implement a vision for the well being of rural communities. It states that rural health care providers works to provide affordable and primary care based system of health care in rural American areas. It also mentions the health systems services and resources that help rural communities address their unique healthcare needs.


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