Local medical supply companies and customers are seeing the effects of the ever-changing field of healthcare. In recent years, suppliers say that the changes in policies and regulations are making it more difficult to get their customer's necessities.
According to Metrocare Ambulance the shortage started last Fall. They say it came after three major medical supply manufacturers shut down making it difficult to get large amounts of saline.
Mission trips to overseas, especially to Africa, have been in the spotlight due to the recent outbreak of Ebola. However, this did not stop a group of nurses and a doctor from Rolling Plains Medical Hospital from serving others. Two nurses we spoke with traveled to Migori, Kenya to serve women in the area. KRBC's Courtney Burris has the story.
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