The Wyoming Critical Access Hospital Network is a not-for-profit organization of 16 rural hospitals in Wyoming, formed for the purposes of sharing resources, continuing education, promoting operational efficiencies, and improving health care services for member hospitals and the rural communities they serve.
WCAHN, an affiliate of the Wyoming Hospital Association in partnership with the Wyoming Office of Rural Health, is funded by the federal Office of Rural Health Policy and is governed by a board composed of hospital CEOs from around the state. Its mission is to serve as a collaborative support system that strengthens member hospitals in order to sustain access to quality healthcare services.
WCAHN is committed to strengthening the viability and vitality of Wyoming's rural hospitals to preserve affordable access to quality healthcare for the citizens of this state.
Wyoming Health Matters
Wyoming Health Matters contains a great deal of comparative community health data from across Wyoming. That data is the basis of community health needs assessments that are currently underway and that are funded by the State of Wyoming and the Flex program. Click here to access Wyoming Health Matters.
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