$5.5 million in federal money is headed to rural Virginia to help critical healthcare needs

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RICHMOND, Va. (WRIC) – The federal government will invest millions of dollars into the health workforce and healthcare in Virginia’s rural communities.

The money will support four healthcare organizations in Virginia’s rural and tribal communities.

The government said the $5.5 million in funding that is headed to rural Virginia will give rural families better access to healthcare.

The program will expand job development, training and placement.

In Tappahannock, Bay Rivers Telehealth Alliance will get more than $1.5 million.

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It will all go to places east of Roanoke. Those of us who live west of Roanoke, don't exist to Richmond !


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