Partnering with rural hospitals and their communities to identify needs and leverage resources to work towards a future where all Americans can access quality care.

CORH provides technical assistance to rural facilities, providers and communities across the nation through a variety of live and self-directed courses, 1:1 consultations with SMEs, financial assistance projects, educational webinars, ECHO virtual learning collaborative and more-all provided at no cost to participating hospitals.

  • Staff Training
  • Technical Assistance Focus Topics
  • Service Line Implementation
  • Strategic Planning
  • Hospital Building Renovation/Replacement
  • Patient Satisfaction / Quality Improvement
  • Marketing
  • Telehealth
  • Pricing Transparency
  • Revenue Cycle
  • Recruitment & Retention

What Our Hospitals Are Saying

Through our participation with CORH we were able to provide our leadership team a full day of facilitated training during our annual Leadership Development Institute. This full-day training with a facilitator was crucial in us being able to have tough conversations and methods how best to do that. Behaviors we want to focus on include generosity, integrity, and boundaries. There was great discussion amongst the team, and I look forward to taking this to the next level.

Stacey Gabriel, CEO Hocking Valley Community Hospital

Our hospital had the opportunity to participate in a Basic Pricing Project through CORH. This was the most valuable information gained, in my opinion, from the COHR program. It was real-time, easy to implement and something we’ve never been able to afford on our own. I appreciate the opportunity given to be a part of it. It has helped us to be competitive amongst our closest competitors.

Jolene Stroyek, CFO Haxtun Health Haxtun, Colorado

An evaluation of MCMH hospital’s compliance program was performed by Eide Bailly in August 2022. This was made available to us through our participation with CORH. This was a very thorough evaluation and provided our team with areas that needed strengthening. This gave our team valuable information and improvement recommendations to bring the Compliance Program to another level. MCMH wants to extend our gratitude for this opportunity and the resources spent coordinating this activity.

Debbie Thomas , Quality/Compliance Director Madison County Memorial Hospital, Florida