Rural ND sees need for better access to basic healthcare

Healthcare facilities and availability in rural North Dakota can seem far and few, depending on where you live.

With more than 750,000 people living in our state, it’s estimated that about half of North Dakota residents live in rural areas, that’s according to the Economic Research Service.

There are only 53 rural health clinics in the state.
That means there’d be more than seven thousand patients seeking basic healthcare from any individual clinic.

Becky Farr shows us what some areas are doing to keep their communities healthy.

Read more here.

By |2019-06-17T14:01:04+00:00May 25th, 2019|Categories: News|