If they know, they will stay
This is the third in a four-part series on Community Health Needs Assessment in Mercer and Oliver counties. The final feature will focus on prioritizing health issues in the area.
Community members may be inclined to use hospital services locally if they knew about them, officials said during a health assessment meeting earlier this month.
“We think people know what we do here but we take it for granted because we live it everyday here,” said Darrold Bertsch, Coal Country Community Health Center and Sakakawea Medical Center CEO.