Mississippi Office of Rural Health
Current program activities of the Office of Rural Health at the Mississippi State Department of Health include: collecting and evaluating data on rural health conditions and needs; conducting rural health policy analysis and development; providing technical assistance to rural community health systems; assisting in professional recruitment and retention of medical and health care professionals; and maintaining and updating a rural health care information clearinghouse. The state office is funded though the Federal Office of Rural Health Policy and serves to understand and improve rural health conditions within Mississippi.
The Mississippi State University Extension Service is doing what it can to make sure everyone in the state’s agricultural community knows there is help available when the stress of life seems unrelenting.
STARKVILLE, Miss. -- The teen years have challenged every generation, but resources and concerned adults are available to help today’s young people avoid dangers, including suicide.
Most Mississippians think of drug addiction as an issue other people face in faraway places, but the source of this problem could be as close as the family medicine cabinet.
To help confront mental health issues facing the nation today, the Mississippi State University Extension Service is offering unique first aid training to all its employees.
A summer program application process is underway for high school juniors looking for a jump-start on college and exposure to careers in medicine and science.
When she started school in a New York kindergarten classroom and participated in her first “dress-up day,” Bridgette “Brie” Cerda-Marin chose the doctor costume.
And, in her own words: “I’ve wanted to be a doctor ever since.”
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