Georgia Rural Health Association (GRHA) is the oldest state rural health association in the country. Founded in 1981, this non-profit network of healthcare providers, educators, and individuals is united in its commitment to improve the health and healthcare services of rural Georgians. GRHA understands that the rural areas in our state are unique and differ greatly from urban areas in our state. These rural communities and those who provide healthcare services to them require educational programs and support tailored to their specific needs.
GRHA is recognized for providing exceptional educational opportunities focused on primary care billing, coding & reimbursement, including specific training targeting Rural Health Clinics.
The Center for Public Health Practice and Research proudly serves as the administrative home for GRHA.
Last updated: 11/11/2018