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GSUs Smalley takes rural health concerns to D.C.
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Dr. Bryant Smalley, from the Rural Health Research Institute at Georgia Southern University, is photographed with U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius during a pause in a conference held May 1 at the White House. - photo by Special
Dr. Bryant Smalley helps direct Georgia Southern University’s efforts to improve health care for rural residents. Last week, he went to the White House to advise high-ranking federal officials on the subject. Smalley, a psychologist and one of the two executive directors of GSU’s Rural Health Research Institute, took part in a meeting May 1 with White House Rural Council members.
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