The Georgia Rural Health Association (GRHA) is the oldest state rural health association in the country. Founded in 1981, this nonprofit network of healthcare providers, educators, and individuals is united in its commitment to improve the health and healthcare services of rural Georgians.

GRHA’s Annual Membership and Rural Health Clinic Conference

Evergreen Resort, Stone Mountain
October 24-26, 2023


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2022 GRHA Annual Membership and Rural Health Clinic Conference

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Charles Owens by email at cowens@georgiasouthern.edu or by phone at 229.322.8290.

GRHA Hosting Two Zoom Meetings on Vaccine Hesitancy

GRHA is pleased to partner with Morehouse School of Medicine and Georgia CEAL to help you address Vaccine Hesitancy related to COVID-19.  Drs. Chris Ervin and Tabia Akintobi of Morehouse School of Medicine lead a distinguished panel in a rich discussion to help us relate and communicate effectively with those we serve to resolve their concerns related to COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy.  

– Session 1: COVID-19 Vaccine development, deployment and discussion of the current state of Georgia vaccinations.

– Session 2: A focus on effective communication and outreach to ensure the maximum number are informed and accepting of the COVID-19 Vaccine

 Good Pill: Medication Access to the Underserved

Good Pill is a nonprofit pharmacy that charges a nominal flat fee regardless of your insurance status and delivers directly to the patient’s home.

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GRHA RHC Conference December 2017

December 11, 12, & 13 (Mon-Wed) in Savannah, Georgia


Georgia Rural Health Association 2017 Conference

November 5 – 8 in Jekyll Island, Georgia.


GRHA SHIP Webinar for CFO Board Communication Training

Provided by Steve Bedsole, CPA, Parter, Draffin & Tucker
Sponsored by the SHIP Grant (CFDA: 93.301) via the State Office of Rural Health

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Successful April 2017 RHC Conference!

A special thank you to our Presenters!