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Four PSU students named Scholars in Rural Health 

By Dustin R. Strong / [email protected]
Posted 8/9/22

Each year, the University of Kansas Medical School selects 20 to 25 students from across the state to participate in the Scholars in Rural Health Program, which identifies undergraduate students interested in becoming primary care physicians serving underserved rural areas throughout Kansas. This year, four of those students are from Pittsburg State University. 

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