Diagnosing Valley healthcare needs

Finding out what works in rural critical access hospitalsis part of due diligence, North Platte Valley board finds


January 8, 2020

The Critical Access Hospital (CAH) designation has become a vital link to providing quality healthcare services in rural America but building one from scratch, as they’re hoping to do in Saratoga, adds an extra layer of challenges. 

For more than a year, the Platte Valley Healthcare Project (PVHP) committee has been pursuing a Critical Access Hospital to provide services to the North Platte River Valley. According to Will Faust, PVHP chairman, one important aspect of the effort so far has been to seek knowledge and advice from similar rural communities on making the program a success.


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