Rural Rutherford County residents to have easier access to medical care – WZTV

Rural Rutherford County residents to have easier access to medical care – WZTV

Rural Rutherford County inhabitants will now have a more effortless access to medical care, following a recent announcement from WZTV.

The initiative, which was revealed on Monday, will see a team of medical personnel travel to the rural areas of Rutherford County, offering medical services to those who would otherwise face difficulty in obtaining them.

According to WZTV, the services provided will range from general check-ups to preventative medical care. In addition, the team will provide access to basic medical supplies and medications, as well as aiding in referrals to specialists in the case of more severe medical conditions.

The practice is part of a larger, state-wide campaign to reduce healthcare disparities among rural and urban areas. With the increased availability of medical care, Rutherford County residents will no longer have to worry about lack of access to healthcare.

The team will be composed of certified doctors and nurses, who will travel to rural areas in the county on a regular basis. The team is expected to be operational by the end of the year, with a planned launch date of December 1st.

The initiative has been met with approval by the Rutherford County Board of Supervisors, who praised its importance in providing much-needed medical access to rural communities.

“This is a great move forward in advancing healthcare access in Rutherford County,” said board chairman Jeremy Hamilton. “We are proud to be a part of this initiative and look forward to seeing the great things it will do for our county.”

This new initiative is expected to make a significant impact in increasing access to healthcare for rural Rutherford County residents. With the program set to launch in December, those living in the rural areas of Rutherford County can look forward to a more convenient way of obtaining medical care.