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Entries for April 2017

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What is 3RNet able to accomplish through our members and our website? We've compiled the latest stats into our 2015-2016 Annual Report

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3RNet Annual Report
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Bi-State Primary Care Association has been in the recruitment and retention business for more than twenty years. Established in 1994, the Recruitment Center has the good fortune of representing two beautiful New England states, New Hampshire and Vermont. The non-profit organization has focused on recruiting primary care providers with emphasis on addressing the needs of medically underserved areas and populations. 

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New Hampshire, Featured Member, From Our Members
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In her role as physician recruiter with Salina Regional Health Center, Brandie Nelson wants to do more than simply fill an open position with a qualified candidate and call it a day.

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Kansas, From Our Members, Recruitment
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In her five years of practice at Community Health Center of Southeast Kansas (CHK/SEC), Julie Stewart, M.D., has established herself as a healthcare pioneer and a vocal advocate for the people of Southeast Kansas.

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Kansas, From Our Members, Provider Spotlight
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The 3RNet’s mission is to connect health care professionals searching for jobs in rural or underserved areas with health care facilities. They strive to find the right job for professionals in areas where they will live and work comfortably. Some health care professionals entering the workforce have come from large, urban areas and have never practiced in a rural community. But, for University of Minnesota medical students participating in the Rural Physician Associate Program (RPAP), this isn’t the case.

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Minnesota, Featured State, RPAP, Rural Training
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