MSU Looks at Remote Access to Medicine

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Updated: 12/05/2013 5:49 pm
Access to proper medical care was on the agenda in eastern Kentucky today.

Dozens of Morehead State University officials, along with area doctors and nurses, gathered to host a RAM ("Remote Area Medical,") conference.

The University is partnering with the group to bring much needed free medical care into the region.

RAM founder and president Stan Brock anticipates making a big impact by working alongside MSU.

The group toured a potential RAM clinic site at Rowan County Middle School earlier this afternoon.

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