Targeting rural health scholars keeps doctors in Kansas. ... The Scholars in Rural Health program seeks to expose medical students to underserved areas, nurture a desire to practice primary care and offer incentives such as loan forgiveness.
Delivery of everyday health services in the Navajo Nation is challenging, and specialty services even more so. ... Delivery of everyday health services is challenging, and specialty services even more so.
MPH, senior vice president for member services at the National Rural Health Association (NRHA). ... This had an even greater effect on certain entities, such as critical access hospitals (CAHs) and federally qualified rural health clinics, which had
Center for Rural Health at the University of North Dakota and a member of the Commonwealth Fund's Commission on a High Performance Health System. ... Marlene Miller is a program director of the Center for Rural Health, which facilitates network-building
Telehealth is facilitating the growth of end-of-life services in rural areas. ... school of community and rural health at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Tyler.
We have 51 hospitals of all types across North Dakota, 31 of which are critical access hospitals,” said Mary Amundson, an assistant professor in the Center for Rural Health at the ... assistant director for rural health education and services at the
Paudyal said. Each resident will also organize a health camp away from his or her usual rural health setting, providing free medical services to communities in need. ... Zimmerman said. Most of the rural areas remain poor, so undernutrition and
Health System in Duluth, Minn., the organization that purged all its pharma trinkets. ... The needs of a clinic co-located in our major teaching hospital were much different than a rural health clinic that was remote from a pharmacy,” she said.