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Entries for 'rural'

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Our Kansas 3RNet member shared with us some "Healthcare Heroes" from their Rural Kansas Photo Contest. Check out some fantastic photos and learn more about these Kansas healthcare providers!! 

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To someone from a more rural area, Pennsylvania may be perceived as one big city stretching from Philadelphia to Pittsburgh. It’s the sixth most populated state but only 33rd in size. So, if you’re from Wyoming, it may seem like there are a lot of people crammed into a small space.

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Despite having the most populous city in the United States, the vast majority of New York’s geographic area is dominated by meadows, forests, rivers, farms, mountains and lakes and 12 percent of the population is considered rural.

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How well do you know rural Rhode Island? Check out these five facts about the nation's smallest state from our Rhode Island member, Jill D'Errico!

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Dr. Mark Deutchman, professor at the University of Colorado School of Medicine, is a great role model for anyone interested in practicing medicine in a rural area. We spent a few minutes with him and asked him some questions about why he is so passionate about rural health care.

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