Support for the Rural Health Network is an investment in our Mission to improve the health and well-being of rural people and communities. Contributions further our work in healthcare access, chronic disease management, and programs addressing social determinants of health, including transportation barriers and food security.
Our focus for 2019 is a Capital Campaign to support the purchase and renovation of our headquarters at 455 Court Street, Binghamton where we are creating a center for rural health service, innovation, and learning.
If you prefer to send a check, please print the donor form and mail with your check to 455 Court Street, Binghamton, NY 13904.
If you would like to make a secure online donation, use the drop down menu next to Please use my donation to support to select Capital Campaign or a specific agency program.
Thank you for your interest in employment opportunities with Rural Health Network of South Central New York. Current openings are listed below.
Application Instructions: ALL applicants must apply via the link below:
Financial Services Coordinator
Rural Health Network is seeking a Financial Services Coordinator to provide support to the management team with an emphasis on budget development, tracking financial performance of programs and contracts, ensuring the efficient and appropriate expenditure of funds, and to ensure the accuracy and timely submission of invoices and financial reports. The Financial Services Coordinator will work closely with organization’s contracted accounting service, the Rural Health Network Management Team, and the Finance Committee. The successful candidate will have experience and competency working in a fund accounting environment, the use of standard office software, including Microsoft Excel™ and QuickBooks™ and have strong time management, communication and interpersonal skills. Bachelors Degree in accounting, public administration or another appropriate field required, and three or more years of experience preferred. While the position is intended to be full-time, we would consider a part-time (20 – 30 hours per week) employment relationship.