MU program encourages rural doctors

Kroeger

By: 
STEVE SMITH SSMITH@LEBANONDAILYRECORD.COM

A University of Missouri program is intended to bring more doctors to rural communities like Lebanon.
One student taking advantage of the MU Rural Track program in Lebanon is Brieanna Kroeger. 
According to the University of Missouri website,  the MU Rural Track Clerkship Program offers third-year medical students clinical education in community-based training sites throughout the state. Students are given the opportunity to live and work in one of these communities to gain experience with the rewards and challenges of rural practice.
Brieanna Kroeger is from Smithton, near Sedalia snd is in medical school at the University of Missouri.  Kroeger received her associates degree at State Fair Community College and then finished her  bachelor’s degree at Missouri University of Science and Technology. She is a first generation college student. Her parents own a HVAC business and also work in farming.

For the complete article, see Thursday's print edition of The Daily Record, or view the e-Edition online.

Category:

The Lebanon Daily Record

100 E. Commercial St.
Lebanon, MO 65536
(417) 532-9131