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Oregon Critical Access Hospital Owned Provider-Based Rural Health Clinic Innovation Project

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Oregon Office of Rural Health
Nov 18, 2019

Rondyann Gerst


The Oregon Office of Rural Health is offering a grant for a primary care Rural Health Clinic (RHC) owned by a Critical Access Hospital (CAH) in Oregon for an innovation project that seeks to improve operations, increase revenue, and/or improve workflow within their primary care practices.

Clinics may propose to expand an existing project or implement a new project. Applicants are encouraged to partner with other healthcare agencies such as hospitals, healthcare systems, public health, and/or local mental health providers.


Critical Access Hospital owned Rural Health Clinics in Oregon are eligible to apply.

Geographic coverage
Amount of funding

One grant up to $4,000 will be awarded.

Application process

Applicants should complete the application cover sheet and project description form and email the proposal in a single pdf to Rondyann Gerst.

Tagged as
Critical Access Hospitals · Healthcare business and finance · Networking and collaboration · Primary care · Rural Health Clinics · Oregon

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