USDA Rural Development Invests Nearly $2.4 Million to Improve Health Care for Rural SD People | Community

HURON – United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Rural Development Director Nikki Gronli announced USDA is providing $2.4 million in grants to improve health care facilities in cities rural South Dakota.

“Emergency Rural Health Care Grants help rural communities provide health care to people and places in our country that often don’t have access to it,” Gronli said. “These investments will help build, renovate and equip health care facilities like hospitals and clinics throughout South Dakota.” [Audio: mp3, 18 sec, 430kb]

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