Alison Hughes awarded the Louis Gorin Award by NRHA
Alison Hughes has been awarded the Louis Gorin Award for Outstanding Achievement in Rural Health Care by the National Rural Health Association. Now retired, Hughes previously served as director of the Arizona Office of Rural Health. During her career, she helped build Arizona’s rural health care infrastructure, promote the rural health workforce, and encourage early adoption of telemedicine. “She led the charge for the health and wellness of rural Arizonans and rallied many people who followed her along the way,” says Susan Kunz of Susan Kunz Consulting. “Alison achieved what great leaders achieve – she inspired many others who continue the work.”
Congratulations to Alison for this well-deserved honor!