Georgia continues to demonstrate its commitment to rural regions of the state – a priority set by Gov. Brian Kemp when taking office almost four years ago. Late last week, the Georgia Department of Community Health (DCH) announced it would be awarding $9 million in grants to 10 Georgia rural hospitals as part of its annual Rural Hospital Stabilization Grant program. The grant program is currently in its seventh phase of awards.

Under this year’s program, each of the 10 hospitals selected for the grant will receive $900,000 to support initiatives and services that strengthen access to quality care for Georgia’s underserved communities. 

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