IRHA is pleased to serve as a voice for the rural residents of Indiana. Our efforts are to advocate. IRHA invites you to join us in spreading the news as it becomes available to us so everyone can make an informed decision.
Business Partner Network
To help effectively address healthcare issues, the Indiana Rural Health Association, a trusted name in supporting and improving healthcare, provides a number of business partners who can help sustain and grow your operations in these complex times.
Critical Access Hospitals – FLEX
Critical Access Hospitals – FLEX coordinates in-person conferences and online educational events.
Integration of rural hospitals and medical facilities into the state's disaster and emergency preparedness programs... Prepare. Respond. Recover.
Indiana Rural Opioid Consortium InROC
Prevention, Support, Recovery, and Education with Indiana Rural Opioid Consortium (InROC)
Indiana Rural Schools Clinic Network
A formal network of rural health providers and school systems dedicated to improving the health of rural students.
Indiana Statewide Rural Health Network
The Mission of InSRHN is to create a network of rural providers dedicated to improving their ability to deliver high-quality health care to rural residents.
Indiana Telehealth Network
Indiana Telehealth Network connects healthcare providers with funding from the FCC for high-speed broadband access.
Indiana Tobacco Quitline
1-800-QUIT-NOW (800-784-8669) is a free phone-based coaching service that helps Indiana tobacco users quit.
Rural Health Clinics
Find RHC resources, sample templates, IN RHC directory and RHC FAQs. Check "Events" for RHC training at IRHA conference and programs.
Upper Midwest Telehealth Resource Center
The UMTRC focuses on telehealth programs and technical assistance needs within Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, and Ohio.
IRHA secures $4.5 million grant to combat high rate of infant mortality in four counties in southern Indiana
LINTON, Indiana – Battling a local infant mortality rate (IMR) that exceeds the national average by some 150 percent, medical professionals, hospitals, clinics and trained facilitators in Daviess, Dubois, Greene and Martin counties will now “collaborate closely together” to aggressively reduce the local IMR rate and increase overall infant and family health, according to Don Kelso, executive director of the Indiana Rural Health Association (IRHA). ...[ more ]
Deaconess Illinois, a Critical Access Hospital, seeking a CFO ...[ more ]
Recruitment Needs at King's Daughters' Health ...[ more ]