SC’s 19th Annual Rural Health Conference Heads to the Upstate
South Carolina’s 19th Annual Rural Health Conference is being held this year November 17-19, 2015 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Greenville, SC. We’d like to invite you to join us! This is our premier event where participants learn about issues affecting South Carolina’s rural communities. Our attendees’ primary role is to serve rural populations.
Registration information coming soon!
Join us as a sponsor of South Carolina’s 19th Annual Rural Health Conference! As a conference sponsor, you will find numerous marketing opportunities for your organization that are significant because of the nature of our constituents – a forum of health care providers, educators and administrators whose role is to serve rural populations.
Conference attendees include:
- Rural Health Clinic and FQHC Administrators
- Billing Professionals
- Rural Hospital CEOs, CFOs
- Rural Educators
- Top State Leaders
- Rural Health Providers
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National Rural Health Day
Thursday, November 19th is the Fifth Annual National Rural Health Day! National Rural Health Day honors the selfless, community-minded, “can do” spirit that prevails in rural America. It also gives us a chance to bring to light the unique healthcare challenges that rural residents face – and showcase the efforts of rural healthcare providers to address those challenges. Make plans to join us as we celebrate during a special luncheon honoring the work of rural providers across the state.
This year’s host hotel is the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Greenville, SC.
The group rate is $149 per night. Hotel Reservations may be made in two ways:
• Telephone: 402-592-6434 and mention SC Office of Rural Health Conference
A block of rooms have been reserved for November 17-19. The special room rate of $ 149 per night (not including taxes) will be available until October 28th or until the group block is sold-out, whichever comes first.
If you have any questions concerning this information, please contact our conference coordinator Sherri Cox at (803) 454-3850 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.