Head for the Hills isn’t the only event for rural healthcare providers this fall; the Virginia Rural Health Association will be hosting their annual conference October 13 & 14.
For twenty years, the Virginia Rural Health Association has served as “The Voice for Rural Health in Virginia.” Now they are asking you to turn up the volume on that voice. Rural hospitals, clinics, providers and students are under greater pressure than ever to provide services in an increasingly challenging environment. For their 20th Anniversary, VRHA is asking all rural health stakeholders to raise their voice with us and help call attention to the needs of Virginia’s rural citizens.
The Annual Conference of the Virginia Rural Health Association is an opportunity for the people and organizations that serve Virginia’s rural population from across the Commonwealth to meet. The event is filled with workshops, keynote speakers, poster presentations, networking and an Exhibit Hall. The people who attend the event are as diverse as the VRHA membership: hospital executives, academic faculty, clinic staff, government officials, health professions students and more.
Bringing the people who care about rural Virginia together provides an opportunity to discuss how we can ensure the sustainability of rural Virginia through policy, access, economics, education and more.
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