Mid-Shore Rural Health Collaborative​

Senate Bill 1056 created The Rural Health Collaborative for the five Mid-Shore counties (Talbot, Dorchester, Caroline, Kent, and Queen Anne) to operate as an independent unit under the Maryland Department of Health, reporting directly to the Secretary.

The purpose of the Rural Health Collaborative (RHC) representing five counties is to improve the access and delivery of health services in a rural area; develop one or more innovative models for achieving the purpose; align strategies with Maryland Medicare Waiver; select a site(s) for the Rural Health Complex model developed; and demonstrate improved health outcomes for the population.  For better health outcomes of the low income and most vulnerable populations, the RHC will address the integration of clinical and social support services as a part of the model. ​ 

Background M​​ate​rials:

Executive Committee RHC
July 23, 2018
Location  Queen Anne’s County Department of Emergency Services
100 Communications Drive
Centreville, MD  21617

Rural Health Collaborative  - 1st Meeting Posted 9/5/2018
        Monday, September 24, 2018
        5:00pm to 8:00pm
        Location   Queen Anne's County Health Department
                         206 N. Commerce Street
                         Centerville, MD 21617
                         2nd Floor Conference Room A and B

Executive Director
Members of RHC
Executive Committee Members