Episode 85: Rural Health in Remote Areas
Many of America’s critical access hospitals are in geographically-isolated areas, serving sparse populations far from any other hospitals or healthcare facilities. This means they are the sole healthcare provider for their communities, serving a broad range of patients with a broad range of healthcare needs. So, how do these critical access hospitals prioritize care designed for their unique community?
On today’s episode, hosts JJ and Rachel talk with Hunter Nostrant, CEO of Helen Newberry Joy Hospital in Newberry, Michigan, about operating a hospital in a geographically-isolated area in Michigan’s upper peninsula.
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Audio Engineering & Original Music by Kenji Ulmer