The Center for Rural Health, located at the University of North Dakota School of Medicine &
Health Sciences, connects resources and knowledge to strengthen the health of people in rural and
tribal communities. Our programs serve people in within the state, region, and nation.
Dakota Conference on Rural & Public Health Sponsor/Exhibitor Registration
Eight-part Webinar Series
State Offices of Rural Health Celebrate 25 Years
New Fact Sheets from the Center for Rural Health
The Center for Rural Health has released a series of fact sheets on oral health in North Dakota:
Connecting resources and knowledge to strengthen the
health of people in rural communities
Featured CRH Project
Community Health Needs Assessments (CHNAs) are a process through which hospitals work with their
communities to identify priority health needs of their citizens. The Center for Rural Health has
conducted CHNAs in rural communities throughout North Dakota and is helping them find ways to
address those needs.