Mark Barclay, MS, FASPR
Mark Barclay is the TruServe Coordinator for the Center for Rural Health (CRH) at the University of North Dakota (UND) School of Medicine and Health Sciences in Grand Forks.
Most Recent Publications
- Success in Stanley
Mountrail County Health Center in Stanley, North Dakota has experienced increased patient volumes due to oil development in their service area. Their providers and staff are facing the struggles head on, and becoming better because of it.Author(s): Barclay, M.
Publication: North Dakota Medicine, 39(1), 20-21
Date: March 2014
- Celebrating the Power of Rural
Rural communities are a wonderful place to live and work, and continue to make strides even when faced against the steepest of challenges. National Rural Health Day showcases the strengths of rural America.Author(s): Barclay, M.
Publication: North Dakota Medicine, 38(4), 18-19
Date: December 2013
- What is a Community Health Center?
Non-profit community-driven clinics provide high-quality primary and preventive care to all individuals, with or without insurance and regardless of their ability to pay.Author(s): Morin, K., Barclay, M.
Publication: North Dakota Medicine, 38(3), 20-21
Date: October 2013
- Team Boosters: A Bright Spot for Rural North Dakotans is the Increasing Role that Advanced Practice Providers Play in Primary Care
The Association of American Medical Colleges estimates that by 2020 there will be 45,000 too few primary care physicians. These shortages are exacerbated in rural North Dakota, where communities can spend tens of thousands of dollars and years recruiting a physician.Author(s): Barclay, M.
Publication: North Dakota Medicine, 38(2), 22-23
Date: June 2013