Rural Life & Practice Facts & Myths Rural Rotations Residency & Map
Real Stories Financial Resources (RHI Hub)

Stories from Graduates in Practice

Dr. Aubrey LaForce: “Say Yes.”

Dr. Scott Rogers – “It’s OK If your Dream Job Changes”

For an annual update on all things rural for students  download a copy of the 2021 Student Edition Newsletter

Check out the full newsletter here: July 2021 Students Newsletter (1 MB pdf)

Rural Education & Training

Rural training offers many advantages for health professions students seeking in-depth residency experiences and unmatched opportunities in preparation for rural, underserved urban or international practice. To learn more about the domains and competencies of rural practice and education, click here.

Develop a Broad Scope of Practice

Rural practitioners become competent in a wide range of treatments and procedures across a variety of care settings. They spend every day at the margin of their competence, and continue to grow their scope of practice because the community needs these services.

Enjoy Personal Relationships

Rural training is more apprentice-like and hands-on, with greater continuity in faculty, staff, patient, and community interaction than training in many if not most urban places.

Train in a Rural Place and Capture the Best Training – Rural and Urban

Benefiting from the best of both worlds, most rural health professions education and training programs have access to training opportunities in both rural and urban settings.