Kansas Office of Rural Health
The goal of State Office of Rural Health is to help rural communities in supporting sustainable health care delivery systems and ensuring access to services in rural Kansas.
– Collecting and disseminating health-related information to rural providers and communities.
Kansas Rural Health System at a Glance
Kansas is a profoundly rural state, with one-third of the population living in two-thirds of its land mass.
Rural Kansas is home to 83 Critical Access Hospitals (CAHs), and more than 170 rural health clinics. CAHs comprise two-thirds of the state’s community hospitals. Of Kansas’ 105 counties, 65 counties are served solely by a CAH or multiple CAH(s) in the county.
+/- State Rural Health Partners and Links
+/- National Rural Health Partners and Links