Modern Healthcare by Beth Kutcher

BISBEE (May 4, 2013) — Bisbee, Ariz., is a former mining town of about 6,700 people, built in the hills of the red-rock Mule Mountains, it’s now known as an enclave of sorts for artists and hippies and was even a one-time runner-up as the “quirkiest” town in America. But while it has attracted galleries and coffeehouses, it has struggled to find healthcare providers.