Glenn and Janelle Ransom of Brownsville, right, leave after their appointment as Dr. Celia Sutton-Pado welcomes her next patient, Leland Pauly, 90, who has lived in Camptonville his whole life. On the first Tuesday of every month, the Western Sierra Medical group sends a mobile health clinic to the community resource center in Camptonville. The shortage of rural health care providers is exacerbated as more and more people enroll for coverage after the Affordable Care Act.
Glenn and Janelle Ransom of Brownsville, right, leave after their appointment as Dr. Celia Sutton-Pado welcomes her next patient, Leland Pauly, 90, who has lived in Camptonville his whole life. On the first Tuesday of every month, the Western Sierra Medical group sends a mobile health clinic to the community resource center in Camptonville. The shortage of rural health care providers is exacerbated as more and more people enroll for coverage after the Affordable Care Act. Lezlie Sterling lsterling@sacbee.com
Glenn and Janelle Ransom of Brownsville, right, leave after their appointment as Dr. Celia Sutton-Pado welcomes her next patient, Leland Pauly, 90, who has lived in Camptonville his whole life. On the first Tuesday of every month, the Western Sierra Medical group sends a mobile health clinic to the community resource center in Camptonville. The shortage of rural health care providers is exacerbated as more and more people enroll for coverage after the Affordable Care Act. Lezlie Sterling lsterling@sacbee.com

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