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Annual Conference Hotel Information

Hotel Information and Reservations

The 2019 IRHA Annual Conference will be held at:

French Lick Springs Hotel
8670 West State Road 56
French Lick, IN 47432

Hotel Block with Group Rate:

IRHA has a discounted block rate of $135.00 per night for rooms during the 2019 Annual Conference. The "cut-off" date for the discount block is May 20, 2019, and is a strict deadline. Rooms fill up quickly, so reserve one now. Individuals must identify themselves as being with Indiana Rural Health Association at the time the reservation is made in order to receive the special group rate.

Reserving a room:

The discounted room rate of $135 per night is open until May 20, 2019. Reservations can be made 2 ways:

  1. Call the Resort directly 1-888-936-9360 and use the group code 0619INR . You must identify yourself as being with the Indiana Rural Health Association at the time the reservation is made in order to receive the special group rate.
  2. On the website www.frenchlick.com using the group code 0619INR.


If you have to cancel your registration to attend the IRHA Annual Conference you must notify IRHA by contacting Laura Carlson, lcarlson@indianarha.org or 812-478-3919 ext. 221; if you reserved a room at French Lick you also must contact French Lick to cancel your room reservation (1-888-936-9360).
IRHA does not cancel your French Lick room reservations for you, and French Lick does not cancel registrations to attend the IRHA Annual Conference. You must contact both organizations or you will be responsible for fees incurred to both organizations.

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