Est. in 1992 to develop a model rural training program for residents aspiring to practice in rural, underserved areas, the Midwest Center for Rural Health was renamed in 2006 to honor Senator Richard G. Lugar, Indiana's longest serving member of Congress and a passionate advocate for rural health.
Dr. Joe Biggs, the Executive Director of the Richard G. Lugar Center for Rural Health, was featured on a recent news story about Indiana's county health rankings. Dr. Biggs touched specifically on the challenges of healthcare in rural areas. See the full story below:
Originally published: NixleSaturday, March 22, 2014
Sheriff's deputies quick response with an A.E.D. is being credited with saving a mans life early Saturday morning. On March 22nd 2014 at approximately 2:54am, 911 dispatchers received a call of a man not breathing and in cardiac arrest in the 1800 block Oakridge Parkway in southern Vigo County. Honey Creek Fire-Rescue was dispatched, a...