Remain Vital in your Community

We assist our member clinics and critical access hospitals to remain viable and continue to provide quality care to patients.

Benefits for your Organization

We focus on providing the benefits and services to facilities and providers that are serving rural communities. There are a number of services that are especially beneficial to facilities and providers that are independent.

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Critical Access Hospitals

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Clinics

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Ambulance Services

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Other Healthcare Organizations

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Want To Remain Vital In Your Community?

Don't want to rely on partnering with a large health system? Need access to resources and tools for strong rural health care? Want to work with an organization that has your best interest in mind, at all times?

Join our group of professionals dedicated to providing the tools and resources needed to stay independent and viable in your community.

Join Our Community

Become a Member

  • Member Only Benefits
  • Events and Collaboration
  • A Community of Peers
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Patient Satisfactory Survey

  • Approved CMS Vendor
  • CAHPS Survey Administrator
  • Additional Satisfaction Surveys Offered

Our Satisfaction Surveys

  • Employee Satisfaction
  • Employee Engagement
  • Paper & Electronic Surveys
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BECOME A
MEMBER

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ACCESS MEMBERS
BENEFITS TO STAY
VIABLE & INDEPENDENT

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GROW AND
CONNECT AS
A COMMUNITY

HEAR FROM OTHERS

"The MRHC has improved the level of healthcare significantly for rural Minnesota. The MRHC also seeks to improve the quality of care and the level of access by providing services that monitor and improve the quality in patient care, centralizing credentialing services that increase efficiency for both health plans and health care providers, and offering group purchasing opportunities and projects that save its members scarce financial resources."

Representatives Collin C. Peterson and Timothy Walz

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