OPINION: Closing the rural health gap in Oregon

As our nation continues to wrestle with how to provide high-quality, affordable health care to everyone, many Oregonians face additional obstacles when accessing care that have nothing to do with income and everything to do with their home address.

According to statistics published by the Oregon Office of Rural Health, more than one-third of Oregonians live in rural communities, many of which do not have any primary care providers.

Source: OPINION: Closing the rural health gap in Oregon | OregonLive.com