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Illinois Rural Health Net offers rapid speeds to transfer patient health care information
STERLING – A federally funded project to expand high-speed broadband is helping patients get better health care in rural cities across the state.
Among the hospitals that are benefiting from the expansion are CGH Medical Center in Sterling and KSB Hospital in Dixon.
Thanks to a $23 million federal grant, rural Illinois hospitals and clinical practices are being connected through a 3,100-mile fiber-optic network, said Roger Holloway, president and CEO of Illinois Rural Health Network.
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