Thursday, December 8, 2011

Oklahoma Office of Rural Health Named "Rural Health Program of the Year"

The Oklahoma Office of Rural Health was recently named the 2011 "Rural Health Program of the Year" by the Rural Health Association of Oklahoma (RHAO). The award, shared with Oklahoma Rural Health Works, recognizes the Community Health Needs Assessment program administered by both organizations. The RHAO presented the award on September 20, 2011 as part of its annual meeting in Norman, Oklahoma. Corie Kaiser, interim director of the Oklahoma Office of Rural Health and Val Schott, former director of the Oklahoma Office of Rural Health, received the award on behalf of the OSU Center for Rural Health.

(L-R) Val Schott - Former Director, Oklahoma Office of Rural Health; Shelly Dunham - President, Rural Health Association of Oklahoma; Corie Kaiser - Interim Director, Oklahoma Office of Rural Health; Cheryl St. Clair - Assistant State Extension Specialist, Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service; and Lara Brooks - Assistant Extension State Specialist, Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service. September 20, 2011.  Norman, Oklahoma.

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