Feb. 4-6, 2014
Join NRHA for the largest rural advocacy event in the country. Learn firsthand about the development and implementation of health care policy at the federal level and meet with your members.
Schedule at a glance
Click here for the meeting agenda.
Click here for the main conference agenda.
Click here for the federal partners track agenda.
A limited number of display tables are available. Download the registration form here.
The Rural Health Foundation is offering up to five $1,000 tuition assistance grants to NRHA members.
The grants will go toward travel and registration costs to attend the event and NRHA will also cover half of the registration fee for grant recipients.
To apply, submit a one-page letter to be considered by the foundation board and your current resume or CV. Applicants will be selected based upon demonstrated need for financial assistance and leadership activities related to the advancement of rural health.
Emailed applications must be received on or before midnight CST Dec. 31. Mailed applications must be postmarked by Dec. 31.
Applications can be sent to:
NRHA Rural Health Foundation
4501 College Blvd. #225
Leawood, KS, 66211-1921
Advance registration (before Jan. 13): $579 member, $679 non-member*
After Jan. 13: $679 member, $779 non-member*
*Price includes a one-year complimentary membership for first-time NRHA members.
1001 16th St. NW
Washington, D.C. 20036
Room rate: $299 plus tax (currently 14.5 percent)
Book your room reservation online or call 1-800-HILTONS and mention NRHA to receive the discounted room rate. Deadline is Jan. 13 or when rooms sell out.
Super Shuttle provides service from Washington area airports to local hotels. Call 800-258-3826 or go to www.supershuttle.com.
The Capital Hilton is located just a few blocks from three different Metro stations: Farragut North, Farragut West and McPherson Square (blue and orange lines). The system map is available on the WMATA web site.
Monday, February 3
One person can make a difference.
Join NRHA for a hands-on pre-conference workshop where you will be learn how to be a successful rural health care advocate. Learn invaluable tips for communicating with your elected representatives and become skilled in how to advance your legislative goals in Congress.
Registration is within the same link as the conference above.
Click here for ways to make the most of your trip to historic Washington, D.C.
NRHA has compiled an action kit of resources to assist you while visiting your representatives in D.C.