In July 2019, the National Center for Rural Health Professions was featured in an article in a Forbes article titled, “Local Colleges May Be A Panacea For Rural America’s Healthcare Gap.” The article details the gap in rural America’s healthcare, and solutions to the country’s health service deserts which includes rural and other underserved communities. It details the efforts to promote rural opportunities to students in health profession programs and the success and impact programs like the ones offered by the National Center for Rural Health Professions at the University of Illinois College of Medicine Rockford. Click here to read the full article.
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Rockford, Illinois 61107
- Six-Week Preceptorship Begins at KSB Hospital in Dixon, ILMay 27, 2022 - 5:22 pm
This week, the Six-Week Interprofessional Preceptorship began at KSB Hospital in Dixon, IL. The Six-Week Preceptorship is set in a rural community where students majoring in healthcare professions will shadow with healthcare professionals of different disciplines and work together on a project to impact the local community. This immersion experience allows the students to learn […]