Health—General & Rehabilitative
The mission of the Rural Health Network of South Central New York is to to advance the health and well-being of rural people and communities.
John C. (Jack) Salo
455 Court Street
Binghamton, NY 13904 USA
Rural Health, Health Care Access, Health and Wellness, Health Information, Referral Services, Health Insurance, Vision, Dental, Outreach Services, Local Foods
Health Support Services (E60)
Other Food, Agriculture, and Nutrition N.E.C. (K99)
Community Coalitions (S21)
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Health Care Access, Health Education and Promotion and Community Health Innovations.
Food and Health Network of South Central New York
Food and Health Network of South Central New York (FaHN): an eight-county coalition of over 90 diverse stakeholders working to build food-secure communities and a strong regional food system through collaboration. FaHN programs support healthy people, farms and communities through the Fruit & Vegetable Prescription Program, farm to school and institutions, assessments and technical assistance. FaHN began as the Regional Community Food Project in 2005 with staffing provided by one FTE AmeriCorps member and volunteers and has since increased capacity to two FTE staff and one FTE AmeriCorps VISTA member.
Children and youth (0-19 years)
Getthere mobility management programs assist individuals with arranging transportation to meet their basic needs such as employment and health care. Connection to Care provides non-emergency medical transportation to income-qualified rural residents. MMSCNY is currently piloting a voucher program to assist Medicaid recipients with access to essential services not covered by Medicaid transportation benefits.
Aging, elderly, senior citizens
Community Health Services
Community Health Services: Chronic disease prevention; education and case management; and assisting rural residents with health care insurance, access, and navigation. RHN represents rural health interests through Medicaid Redesign (DSRIP) and other reforms. RHN Community Health Services strategies are intentionally aligned with the NYS Prevention Agenda, County Health Improvement Plans, and hospital Community Services Plans. Community Health Services staff perform in four functional areas: health care access, health/well-being screenings, chronic disease education, and case management.
Economically disadvantaged, low-income, and poor people
Rural Health Service Corps
Rural Health Service Corps: an AmeriCorps National Service Program providing meaningful service and learning opportunities for people committed to improving the health and lives of those living in South Central New York. AmeriCorps members serve at a variety of health and human services organizations and currently focus on opioid abuse prevention, education, treatment and recovery.
People who abuse drugs, alcohol, or other substances
Population Health: RHNSCNY is a subcontracted entity (through HealthLinkNY) for the NYS Department of Health’s Population Health Improvement Program, participating in a five-county regional health assessment and analysis, and responsible for population health work in Delaware and Tioga Counties.
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RURAL HEALTH NETWORK OF SCNY INC
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The people, governance practices, and partners that make the organization tick.
as of 8/31/2018
Upstate Medical University, Binghamton Campus
Otsego County Office for the Aging
Mothers & Babies Perinatal Network of SCNY
Tioga Opportunities, Inc.
Care Compass Network
Broome County Promise Zone
UHS Delaware Valley Hospital
Tioga County Public Health
Beth Saroney Paro
Decker School of Nursing, Binghamton University
Sound Physicians Hospitalist Group at Lourdes Hospital
Delaware County Public Health
United Health Services, Inc.
James Skiff, MD
UHS Primary Care Newark Valley
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