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57:40 | #0 | First Aired: February 7, 2012
This special explores how health care professionals and advocates across the state, tired of waiting for an outside solution, are making innovative changes locally to deliver the kind of health care rural Kentuckians truly need. A KET production.
Alliance Coal addresses employee health needs by providing on-site medical care and preventive health screenings.
The Bale Center for Prevention prevents and reverses cardio-vascular disease through intensive patient education and cutting edge diagnostic tools.
At the Richmond Diabetes Center of Excellence, one of six in the state, adults with diabetes learn how to manage their illness and become "healthy people living with diabetes."
In Montgomery County, a growing Hispanic population prompted the local health department to think differently about delivering health care.
Two counties in Kentucky demonstrate how communities can create a culture of health.
The University of Kentucky Rural Cancer Prevention Center is using innovative outreach strategies to increase the use of the cervical cancer vaccine, Gardisal.
With a health care provider shortage in Kentucky, experts explain the importance of utilizing all of our health care professionals to their maximum potential.
Two rural Kentucky hospitals demonstrate the importance of a state-wide trauma network.