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Pawnee County health survey endorses wellness center

By Jim Misunas

LARNED – A community wellness facility is the top priority for health needs in the county as determined by the results of a February needs assessment. A wellness center received 50 votes or 22.7 percent as the top priority by Pawnee County citizens.
Pawnee County Health Director Mary Beth Herrmann and Pawnee Valley Community Hospital Administrator Matt Heyn presented the report of the Community Health Needs Assessment in February by VVV Research and Development Inc. at a town hall meeting. A healthcare survey was also available online through the health department and Pawnee Valley ...

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