The Iowa Rural Health Association (IRHA) is a nonprofit membership organization of individuals and organizations dedicated to ensuring optimal health for all Iowans, particularly those in rural areas. As the voice for rural health in the state, the IRHA brings attention to the issues that affect rural health providers and helps address those issues by providing educational opportunities, facilitating information sharing, and engaging in advocacy activities.
Celebrate the POWER of Rural! 2014 Rural Health Day in Iowa
Get National Rural Health Day resources. Click below to download
Iowa Success Stories – download the template here and tell aboutyour organization/facility story that reveals how quality Iowa rural health and safety continues to grow and how communities are coordinating care to stay healthy. Submit by November 15. The Stories will be posted here as they are submitted.
Get Social! Use Facebook and Twitter to spread the word about Rural Health in Iowa. Feature your organization, community or favorite person. Include a #iaruralhealth hash tag for the tweets. Click here for examples.
Iowa Radios will be sounding a 30 second message about National Rural Health Day in Iowa. The message will play November 17-21 just before the morning and afternoon news and heard on most rural radio stations. Click here
to listen to the message. Celebrate Rural Health Day by resending this message to others!
All submissions and questions via email to:
Melissa Primus – Iowa Rural Health Association