Office of Rural Health and Primary Care
The Office of Rural Health and Primary Care promotes access to quality health care for all Minnesotans.
We work as partners with policymakers, providers, and rural and underserved urban communities to ensure a continuum of core health services throughout the state.
New ORHPC Director!
Please join us in welcoming Zora Radosevich as the new Director of the Office of Rural Health and Primary Care. Zora brings a career–long passion for rural health and the viability of rural communities. She comes to us from the Minnesota Department of Human Services where she was the Community Services Access Manager in the Disability Services Division. In that role, she worked extensively with a wide range of stakeholders around the state to plan for and implement effective home and community–based services for Minnesotans with disabilities. Previously, she worked as an Assistant Director of the Property Tax Division at the Department of Revenue, has led broad public–private partnerships focused on improving education, healthcare and social services for children, and was a founder and executive director of a nonprofit organization to empower girls around the world to help shape global healthcare and education policies. She also worked for a number of years in the Minnesota Senate, focusing on tax and financing issues impacting rural communities. Zora has a Master's degree in Public Administration from Harvard and has served as an adjunct faculty member at the University of Minnesota focusing on public policy, leadership and advocacy. She is originally from Duluth.
Get ready for the 2018 Minnesota Rural Health Conference!
June 25-26, Duluth, MN
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