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We’re celebrating National Rural Health Day and the #PowerOfRural by celebrating rural facilities who have been successful in their recruitment efforts. Recruiting health care providers can be a challenge—especially in rural areas. We’re recognizing rural facilities for their recruitment excellence!

Today we're highlighting Syringa Hospital & Clinics in Grangeville, Idaho. Syringa Hospital & Clinics recruited a family medicine physician assistant through 3RNet! Congrats!

Read more about Syringa Hospital & Clinics’ community, facility, and what they believe makes them successful in their recruitment efforts: 

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We had the opportunity to ask Courtney Dursteler six questions about her experience with 3RNet. Courtney is the Human Resources Manager at Franklin County Medical Center in Preston, Idaho. FCMC is a critical access hospital facility that uses 3RNet (both our Idaho member and our website) to help with their recruitment efforts.

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Interested in practicing in Idaho? Check out this latest blog post from and featuring Bear Lake Memorial Hospital, a small critical access hospital in southeastern Idaho. 

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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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