After Losing Its Hospital, A Small Tennessee Town Shows One Way To Make Do

After the hospital in Hohenwald, Tennessee closed in 1996, area residents were forced to drive 45 minutes to the nearest emergency room. The facility has since reopened as Lewis Health Center, a hybrid medical center that provides more services than a health clinic but fewer than a hospital. This innovative approach may become a model for other struggling rural hospitals. Read the full article by Blake Farmer of Nashville Public Radio.