The RTT Collaborative cannot accomplish its mission without the support of a variety of partners and affiliated organizations listed below.
- Cahaba Medical Care Foundation – Cahaba Family Medicine Residency, Centreville, AL
- Colorado Institute of Family Medicine Residencies – Denver, CO
- Family Medicine Residency of Idaho – Caldwell and Magic Valley RTT, ID
- Swift River Family Medicine – Rumford, ME
- Family Medicine Residency of Western Montana – Kalispell, MT
- Hidalgo Medical Services Family Medicine Residency Program, Silver City, NM
- The University of Oklahoma Rural Residency Program – Bartlesville, OK
- Oregon Health and Science University – Cascades East Family Medicine Residency – Klamath Falls, OR
- Seneca Lakes Family Medicine Residency Program, Seneca, SC
- Family Medicine Rural Training Track – Colville, WA
- Wisconsin Rural Physician Residency Assistance Program – Madison, WI
These other organizations are affiliated through Board representation, grant partnerships (e.g. Rural PREP and RRPD-TAC), collaborative projects, and other means!
3RNet, through Board representation by Mike Shimmens, Executive Director
Collaborative for Rural Primary care Research, Education and Practice (Rural PREP), a HRSA Bureau of Health Workforce grant funded center for research in rural primary care health professions education, with Dr. Longenecker as associate director and Dawn Mollica as community of practice coordinator
The GME Initiative (Collaboration regarding GME reform)
Robert Graham Center, through Board representation by Dr. Andrew Bazemore, Executive Director
Medical College of Wisconsin – Central Wisconsin Campus, through Board representation by Dr. Lisa Dodson, Campus Dean
National Rural Health Association (Rural Medical Educators)
Rural Health Information hub (Communications)
University of Colorado School of Medicine, through Board representation by Dr. Dan Burke
University of North Carolina and the Rural Residency Planning and Development Technical Assistance Center, with Dr. Longenecker serving as a senior advisor and through collaborative development of a toolbox of resources.
UW School of Medicine, through Board representation by Dr. Jay Erickson, Assistant Dean for Regional Affairs and Montana WWAMI Clinical Coordinator