Comprehensive Health Planning Agencies

Cooperative Extension South Dakota State University

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It is no news to South Dakotans that, just as retail services have deserted the countryside for the larger population centers, so too have medical services concentrated in urban areas. The results for many South Dakotans have been inadequate or nonexistent emergency care, neglected health problems, and hours consumed on the road and in the doctor's waiting room.