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Mon May 8, 2006
Health Care Differs For Those Without Insurance
Cheyenne, Wy – The state health director says that insurance continues to be the biggest health care concern facing the state. Brent Sherard thinks that access to health care in Wyoming is fair but he says it is less available to people without insurance. Sherard thinks there is access to basic medical services in the state but he says there is a shortage of those who deliver babies as well as mental health professionals.