Rural Health Association of Tennessee
The Rural Health Association of Tennessee is the only group in Tennessee that specifically and exclusively focuses on Tennessee's rural citizens - we advocate and educate on rural health issues.
Our Areas of Concern in Rural Tennessee
- Rural Access to Health Care
- Substance Abuse
- Special Populations
- Mental/Behavioral Health
- Health Professions Education
- Health Promotion/Disease Prevention
- Oral Health
- Rural Emergency Preparedness
Executive Director Search
Note from RHAT President, Joellen Edwards, PhD:
Thank you for all you do for rural health in Tennessee!
Annual Conference 2014: "Twenty Years of Reaching for the Stars"
November 19-21, 2014
Music Road Convention Center
Pigeon Forge, Tennessee
Middle TN Regional Meeting
September 5, 2014
A Free Event for Everyone
Maury County Health Department
1909 Hampshire Pike, Columbia, TN 38401
Affordable Care Act
Health Professional Workforce
Click here for the agenda... soon.
Nominate yourself or that other special person who has made a difference in the health of rural Tennesseans. Here are the forms.
Health Exchange (Marketplace) Resources
Tip Sheet for the Newly Insured
Need help navigating the Health Exchange Marketplace? Many organizations are serving as Navigator Organizations and have staff and partner organizations to assist. Click here for a list.
Read our latest "Rural Health Digest"
National Rural Health Day - November 20, 2014
Story of the Day
Bottlenecks in training doctors
RHAT Past President/Board member appointed to Board of Nursing
Study: Rural physicians more likely to partake in quality improvement
Zip code overrides DNA when it comes to a healthy community
8 things to know about Obamacare in 2014
Fact Check: workers 'losing' employer health plans?
Technology may account for increases in health care costs, not uninsured
Poll shows Tennesseans support boosting Medicaid
Governor's Health Care Payment Reform Plan - DRAFT Comments accepted until January 15, 2014
Tennessee doctors now have to check online database re controlled substances