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Award-winning WVU Extension Service program bolsters rural healthcare recruitment

Three murals in Keyser featuring a musical theme on the side of building

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – It could be argued West Virginians in rural communities need more prevalent access to healthcare and medical professionals — winding mountain roads and rivers can make it difficult for many to make appointments and maintain an active relationship with primary-care providers. Many small communities may not have a physician to provide routine guidance on simple, but serious, chronic ailments.