Talk With A Rural Doc Series
Everything you wanted to know about practicing rural medicine,
but never had the opportunity to ask.
There is a lot of interest in practicing rural medicine among medical students, but there are also a lot of unknowns. To help students get a better understanding of what a rural practice is really like, the Foundation has organized a series of video-chat opportunities with rural physicians.
While the target audience is medical school students, anyone with an interest in rural medicine is welcome to participate. All these seminars are provided free of charge, but you must register to participate. Please use the dated button-links below.
We are pleased to announce our second “Talk with a Rural Doc” seminar for 2021 will feature rural emergency medicine!
Nancy Hutnak DO practices emergency medicine in Baker City, OR which has a population of less than 10,000. Baker City Hospital serves rural Baker County with a population of just over 16,000.
In 2015, Dr. Hutnak brought her passion for rural medicine to the forefront by serving as the President of the Oregon Medical Association.
If you cannot make April 29 but would like an invitation for upcoming seminars, please use the button below to get on our email list. The Foundation hosts these seminars in February, April, June, October, and December.