Tennessee has nearly 200 established Rural Health Clinics (RHC) providing primary and specialty care in rural communities designated as Health Professional Shortage Areas. Learn more about access to care in rural areas.

RHA of TN works to support RHCs, Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs), Critical Access Hospitals, and other facilities important to our rural health infrastructure. Visit our blog for updates relevant to RHCs and/or FQHCs.

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RHC Sustaining Partners

Rural Health Clinic Sustaining partners allow Rural Health Association of Tennessee to provide technical assistance and resources to Tennessee's network of 200 Rural Health Clinics. Learn more about our sustainer program here.