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Dr. Morgan Hungenberg graduated from the Morgan County Family Medicine Residency Rural Training Track after serving as a resident for two years at Salud Family Health Centers in Fort Morgan. She now is a family medicine primary provider at Salud.
Students at some U.S. medical schools are getting a chance to experience rural life.
Midvalley Family Practice has an open-door policy when it comes to COVID-19 testing. They don’t turn away the uninsured. Dr. Glenn Kotz and his team at the clinic founded a nonprofit called Healthy All Together to raise funds to provide care for what they believe is a growing uninsured population in the region.
Sterling’s Tom Westfall was one of two northeast Colorado men appointed to state boards and commissions last week. Westfall was re-appointed to the Colorado Commission on Family Medicine and serves as chairman of that body.
The mission of the Alamosa RTT Residency Program is to provide medical education and training for Family Medicine residents in an accredited residency program while they live and work in a rural community.
Sterling Regional MedCenter held a small reception and presented awards Tuesday, June 25, 2019, to celebrate the residents in the rural training track.