The Arizona Center for Rural Health (AzCRH) core mission is to improve the health and wellness of Arizona’s rural and underserved populations. 

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AzCRH serves rural Arizona by:

Providing education, technical assistance, data and analysis to rural hospitals and providers to help them adapt to a rapidly changing rural health environment and address rural health needs

Training, recruiting and retaining health professionals for rural practice

Collecting, synthesizing and disseminating data to inform providers, policymakers and consumers about legislation, regulation, and grant opportunities to improve rural health.

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$4 million of federal funding awarded to help pregnant women, moms in rural Arizona

The U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration will provide the Mariposa Community Health Center in southern Arizona with $4 million over four years as part of its Rural MOMS program.

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