The National Farm Medicine Center offers solutions for those interested in health and agriculture. A program of Marshfield Clinic since 1981, the National Farm Medicine Center serves the food system through a variety of research, education, outreach, consulting and testing services - all aimed at improving the health of those involved in agriculture.
The members of NOSORH strive to develop increased communication and involvement with the 50 State Offices of Rural Health, build strong relationships with other health care groups, and find the sources of revenue to improve its effectiveness. The purpose of the Organization is to promote a healthy rural America through state and community leadership.
The National Rural Health Association is a national membership organization whose mission is to improve the health and health care of rural Americans and to provide leadership on rural issues through advocacy, communications, education and research.
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation is the largest private foundation devoted to health care in the U.S. It includes full text or excepts from many of the Foundation's publications. Funding information and calls for proposals are included. The Foundation sponsors the Information for State Health Policy Program, a model for using electronically disseminated health information by state health agencies. American Health Line provides summaries of health care news.