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.
Since 2019, our focus has been 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. We purchased the building in February 2020 and continue to seek support for renovations to create a learning center and add an accessible restroom. The learning center will provide space for both in-person and virtual health education programs and serve as a hub for future telehealth services.
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. We are currently seeking applicants for full and part-time Mobility & Transportation Advocates. Please see the description below. For AmeriCorps and VISTA national service opportunities, please visit Rural Health Service Corps website.
Mobility & Transportation Advocates
Our Getthere Call Center is expanding. We are seeking full-time and part-time Mobility Transportation Advocates (MTA) to work in a one-stop transportation assistance center, providing case management, information and referral services, trip planning, travel training, and transportation education services. The MTA will serve with the Getthere team of transportation professionals to improve access to health care, employment and other essential services to those that face transportation barriers, with a primary focus on the elderly, people with disabilities, and the rural population. The full-time position is a 40 hour per week position with benefits. Candidate must be empathetic and understanding to the needs of individuals, practice analytical and problem-solving skills, understand the health and human services sector, and desire an integral role in the success of a dynamic and growing collaborative community initiative.
Application Instructions: ALL applicants must apply via the link below: