The Mission of the Rural Health Council of Madison County is to advocate, inform and coordinate efforts to improve health in our Community.
Who we are
The Madison County Rural Health Council, Inc. (MCRHC) was established in April 2013 by a consortium of organizations representing the largest providers of health and social services in the county. Through the MCRHC local providers are better able to coordinate the county-wide alignment of health care resources, expertise and services, and evidence based practices to meet health needs in our communities.
The Council was established to:
Identify gaps in services and facilitate implementation plan to address such gaps
Coordinate and report on county-wide strategic planning regarding health care services
Coordinate county-wide alignment of health care resources and services
Monitor health services, quality of care and emerging health and health care issues
Coordinate the development of a shared health information system
Facilitate affiliation agreements among providers
Assist in professional recruitment efforts, and
Encourage community and consumer involvement in the network.
Our 2015 Annual Report can be found here.