The Maine Rural Health Network
To combat the growing problem of chronic disease in rural Maine, the Maine Rural Health Network enhances statewide connections, communication and collaboration among public health and wellness professionals. This online environment bridges rural distances by providing tools to search for colleagues, share information, and address the unique issues facing Maine’s public health and wellness professionals.
The Maine Rural Health Network has created this website as a resource to facilitate interaction among health and wellness professionals. Working together minimizes duplication and maximizes positive results. Below are three ways you can use this site.
Creating an account with the Maine Rural Health Network is free and easy. When setting up your account, you can update your profile to specific health care areas of interest, making it easier to connect with similar professionals across Maine.
When you join the Maine Rural Health Network, you have the ability to start a public or private groups for your organization or group. Invite members, communicate, share documents, even chat with your colleagues.
Use the discussion forums, create and share documents with groups or the public, allowing for online collaboration and information distribution. The Maine Rural Health Network Forums is a communication library for people working for a healthy rural Maine.
This project made possible through
Bingham Program funding.