National Rural Health Association

2015 Annual Conference

Continue the campaign to #SaveRural hospitals

SaveRural iconNRHA has developed advocacy materials for you to review and share, along with three simple requests for members to ask their senators and representatives. Infographics depicting the assault and individual threats posted to rural hospitals and CAHs are just a few of the many resources NRHA developed to help #SaveRural hospitals and the communities they serve.

We’d love to see you in Philly

Liberty Bell PANRHA’s 38th Annual Rural Health Conference will be April 14-17 in Philadelphia, the City of Brotherly Love. Sign up today for more than 60 innovative, practical and cost-saving sessions including effective rural-centric solutions, ACA policy, federal programs and grants, telehealth trends, funding and proven recruitment and retention strategies and more. Arrive early for the Rural Medical Education Conference or Rural Multicultural and Multiracial Health Conference on April 14. Register today to save up to $180.

Call for presentations open for rural clinic, hospital conferences

MicrophoneNRHA is accepting presentation submissions for the 2015 Rural Health Clinic and Critical Access Hospital Conferences through May 18. The online application process is now open for the RHC conference and for the CAH conference. The events will be Sept. 29-Oct. 2 in Kansas City.

Check out the new Rural Roads

rural_roadsThe fall issue of Rural Roads is now online, and it's easier than ever to access, navigate and share your favorite articles from your mobile device. The magazine highlights how shrinking rural representation in states means a growing role for advocates, a rural hospital initiative advancing prenatal care, ways an NRHA intern and longtime advocate Tim Size reach out to rural, one rural hospital’s experience with costly, time-consuming electronic records and much more

Get the news you need with the new NRHA Today

extraNRHA is dedicated to keeping you at the forefront of emerging issues impacting rural health, and the best way to stay ahead is to keep informed. The revamped NRHA Today is a comprehensive enewsletter that delivers the latest and most relevant content to your inbox every Thursday. Sign up today and check out recent issues on the archive page.

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