Kentucky Rural Health Works Program

· University of Kentucky
· College of Agriculture
· Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service

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Rural Economic Development in Pictures

Again, if your target is to create jobs, we can use Health Care to achieve the economic development objectives. By investing in a young personís (Human Capital) medical education, the community gains financially with the new doctorís staff payroll and non-financially by attracting new employers to town. Both the new doctor's staff and the new employers result in new jobs be creating.

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