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Episode 87: How Public Health and Healthcare Work Together in Rural Communities

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Episode 87: How Public Health and Healthcare Work Together in Rural Communities

On today’s episode, hosts JJ and Rachel talk with Rebecca Burns, Health Officer for the Branch-Hillsdale-St. Joseph Community Health Agency (BHSJ) in Michigan about the relationship between public health and…
December 29, 2022

Episode 87: How Public Health and Healthcare Work Together in Rural Communities

Public health and healthcare play different, but complementary, roles in ensuring the health and wellness of their communities and patients. This relationship was both tested and highlighted during the COVID-19 pandemic unlike ever before. So, how do rural hospitals work with their local public health agencies to support their overall health and wellbeing of the people they serve?

On today’s episode, hosts JJ and Rachel talk with Rebecca Burns, Health Officer for the Branch-Hillsdale-St. Joseph Community Health Agency (BHSJ) in Michigan about the relationship between public health and healthcare.

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Audio Engineering & Original Music by Kenji Ulmer 

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A Diverse Skill Set Peter McCanna is chief executive officer (CEO) at Baylor Scott & White Health, the largest not- for-profit health system in Texas. Through 51 hospitals and more than 1,200 access points, including flagship academic medical centers in Dallas, Fort Worth and Temple, the system offers the full continuum of care, from primary to award-winning specialty care, as well as an array of virtual and in-home services.