Rural clinic boom in Wis. raises sustainability issues

09/21/2010 | Reporter (Fond Du Lac, Wis.), The

New rural clinics being constructed in Southeastern Wisconsin offer increased access to care but raise concerns about duplication and the ability of small farming communities to support them. The town of Ripon, with 7,000 people, has six health care facilities, and local health officials wonder if they all can survive.

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