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Entries for January 2015

3RNet is a great tool for its group of dedicated nonprofit members. These members often times have strict limitations for budgets and travel due to state government regulations. However, these limitations don’t deter our members from serving the rural and underserved communities of their state, it often simply requires them to be more innovative in their approach. 

This type of innovation has been at the forefront of two recent projects in Florida and South Dakota. Our member in these two states saw an opportunity to provide better service, but instead of trying to create a project completely from scratch, they leaned on 3RNet to help create efficiencies and ultimately get the projects done

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Florida, South Dakota, Innovation
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Morehouse Community Medical Centers, Inc., is looking for a dentist to start a brand new practice that would serve their three regular clinic sites, two school-based sites, and a mobile dental site that cover two rural areas in north-central Louisiana.

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FQHC, Louisiana, Dentist Opening
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John Williams, administrator and CEO at Oneida County Hospital in Malad City, Idaho, is the perfect example of someone running a rural hospital: he’s extremely busy, wears many hats every single day, and he uses resources like 3RNet to make running his organization smoother.

Busy might not even cover how to describe John’s professional life. When we spoke with him, he was also driving around town looking for potential rental properties for a new hire: a physician and his family. It made for an entertaining conversation, and we’re grateful to John for taking time from his busy day to visit with us.

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Idaho, Rural Hospital
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