The Office of Primary Care and Rural Health facilitates and participates in activities to improve access to health care services for all rural Alabamians with special concern for children, the elderly, minorities and other medically underserved vulnerable populations. We serve the following populations:
Critical Access Hospitals
Federally Qualified Health Centers
Rural Health Clinics
Small Rural Hospitals
County Health Departments
Mental Health Centers|
National Rural Health Day
November 17, 2016, is National Rural Health Day---an opportunity to "Celebrate the Power of Rural" by honoring the selfless, community-minded spirit that prevails in rural America. It also gives us a chance to showcase the unique healthcare challenges rural citizens face, and the efforts of healthcare providers and others to address those challenges. Learn more about National Rural Health Day from the National Organization of State Offices of Rural Health.
Primary Care and Mental Health Physician Survey
This important survey is designed for primary care and mental health physicians. The information gathered will be used by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) to evaluate primary care and mental health resources. You may access and complete the Primary Care Doctors and Mental Health Workers Survey here.
Office of Primary Care and Rural Health Programs
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