Agriculture, health care partner for rural grants
by UK Ag News
Nov 27, 2013 | 79 79 recommendations | email to a friend | print
LOUISVILLE – Nov. 21 was National Rural Health Day, a time to honor the work done by local health providers in rural communities. During an afternoon press conference at the Louisville Marriott East, the Kentucky Hospital Association, the Kentucky Office of Rural Health and the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment addressed the value of rural hospitals and announced the rural health care coalition recipients of the Kentucky Community Rural Health Grants.

The college’s Community and Economic Development Initiative of Kentucky, led by Alison Davis, an associate professor in the UK Department of Agricultural Economics, partners with the UK colleges of Public Health, Pharmacy and Business and the UK Center for Excellence in Rural Health to better the health of many Kentuckians by improving access to and quality of health care in rural communities.

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