Listen: After Its Hospital Closes, A Pioneer Kansas Town Searches For What Comes Next

Syndicated with permission of Syndicate – Kaiser Health News

KHN senior correspondent Sarah Jane Tribble is interviewed on NPR’s “Morning Edition” about the challenges faced by rural communities when their hospitals close. She is spending a year following Fort Scott, Kan., as it copes and recovers from the loss. Listen to the conversation here:

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And read the first installment of the series, “No Mercy,” here.

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