1. There are no doctors in medical centers in rural areas
Medical centers in rural area have no doctor. People in rural areas can only be treated by a doctor if they commute to larger cities or if city doctors visit rural areas.
2. Transportation cost from rural areas to cities are high and long
The transportation cost to cities is relatively high and lengthy. Therefore many sick or injured people refrain from commuting to cities for receiving adequate medical treatment.
3. Most medical staff in rural areas has limited knowledge and experience
Most of the medical staff in rural medical centers are volunteers who only received limited training. They have limited knowledge and experience to deal with more serious diseases.
4. Medical centers in rural areas lack tools and medicine
In rural medical centers, there usually is only standard equipment and medicine for non-serious cases.
5. Standards of treatments in rural areas are far below standards in the cities
Medical staff, tools, medicine etc. in rural areas are of much lower quality than in city hospitals.