Less Access To Health Services, Programs In Rural Areas Take Toll
Connecticut’s rural residents die at higher rates than their city and suburban counterparts and a large percentage of those deaths may be preventable if better public health programs or better access to health care services were available, according to the latest data from the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS).
November 15 & 16 New England Rural Health Conference "Transitions in Healthcare" at the Attitash Resort in Barlett, NH
The 2017 NEW ENGLAND RURAL HEALTH CONFERENCE – Transitions In Healthcare - promises to be the premiere interdisciplinary networking and educational event in the region. For the very first time, we are partnering with the NH Oral Health Coalition and providing a home for their annual summit.
The Connecticut Office of Rural Health’s (CT-ORH) eighth annual report
provides an overview and highlights of the office’s initiatives and
activities that occurred during the 2015-16 grant period. More detailed
information is provided upon request by contacting the CT-ORH.
The CT Office of Rural Health’s (CT-ORH) seventh annual report provides an overview and summary of the office’s initiatives and activities. More detailed information is provided upon request by contacting the CT-ORH.
Connecticut Office of Rural Health 2014 Annual Report
This sixth annual report highlights the CT Office of Rural Health’s (CT-ORH) activities
along with initiatives and projects supported with 2013-14 CT-ORH funds. The CT-ORH
worked in collaboration with several organizations and Access Health CT navigators in
eastern and northwestern areas of the state to disseminate information and represent rural.