Podcast by Hillsdale Hospital
Episode 8: Independent or Interdependent?
Today we’re talking about partnerships and collaborations that help rural hospitals provide more types of care to their communities. Our guest today is Brian Long, CEO of Memorial Healthcare in Owosso, Michigan.
Episode 7: COVID-19 Spotlights Rural Health Challenges
Today we’re talking about the COVID-19 pandemic specifically, we’re going to focus on the effects it has had on rural hospitals and healthcare systems. Our guest today is Dr. Anthony Slonim, President & CEO of Renown Health in Reno, Nevada.
Episode 6: Partnerships in Specialty Care
Partnerships and affiliations help rural hospitals and healthcare providers expand and sustain access to care in their communities. Our guest today is Chris Lutes, Executive Vice President and Group Operating Officer for SCP Health.
Teaser: What’s Coming in 2021
We do not have a new episode for you this week, but we want to give you a little preview of what’s coming up in the New Year, plus ask for your help!
Episode 5: COVID-19 in Rural America
Today we’re talking about COVID-19 in rural hospitals—what are we seeing in our hospital and how we and our rural counterparts handle the challenges it brings. Our guest today is Loren Corbin, Chief Nursing Officer at Hillsdale Hospital
Episode 4: Growing Rural Economies
Today we'll be talking about economic development in rural communities. We are joined by Eric Doden, former president of the Indiana Economic Development Corporation and current president of Pago USA, a development firm that partners with small towns and rural communities.
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Thanks for keeping the community up to date on information! Very thankful to have such a great hospital to go to and this podcast continues to keep us all in the loop! Great job Hillsdale Hospital!
Much needed podcast
Very good information, not just for your community but for those of us in other parts of the country who see the diminution of small town health care and want to see the issue in its larger significance. Thank you for this!