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The forum also invited the community to voice it's concerns. It was hosted by WVU's Dr. Gordon Gee and Congressman David McKinley. McKinley says one problem is that rural communities aren't represented as well as metropolitan areas in Washington, D.C.
U.S. Rep. David McKinley, R-W.Va., and West Virginia University President E. Gordon Gee moderated the rural health care forum at WVU's Erickson Alumni Center.
The forum was hosted by WVU President Dr. Gordon Gee and Congressman David McKinley Monday in Morgantown. Nineteen physicians, nurses, rural health specialists, insurance representatives and other medical professionals participated in the panel discussion focused on defining the problems with rural healthcare.
Summit at WVU Featured Doctors, Nurses, Researchers Discussing Ways to Increase Access Quality Care for West Virginians
Rep. McKinley has returned more than $365,000 since taking office.
Congressman Staton served West Virginia's Third District from 1981 to 1983 as a Republican.
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