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The Rural Healthcare Program Survey

​In 2009, the Helmsley Charitable Trust created its Rural Healthcare Program to improve access and quality of care in the upper Midwest. Working closely with nonprofit implementing partners, the program invests in projects that improve healthcare delivery and strengthen the healthcare workforce.

Every few years, the Helmsley Charitable Trust surveys hospitals in the seven-state funding area, which includes South Dakota, to better understand the needs of hospitals. Past surveys have resulted in large-scale funding initiatives for x-ray machines and CT scanners as well as select grants to increase access and implement new services.

Please take a few minutes to complete the survey. It should take about 10 minutes for hospitals to complete and is focused on equipment, telehealth, cardiac, cancer, and mental health needs.

Take Survey here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2021RHC.  

To learn more about the Rural Healthcare program or the Helmsley Trust organization, visit their website.



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