Outreach endeavors at the Robert C. Byrd Center for Rural Health are designed to encourage the development of new and innovative health care delivery systems in rural communities that lack essential health care services. Through partnerships with schools, churches, medical service providers, local universities, private practitioners and the like, the Center continues to create opportunities for rural providers to get required CME, bring necessary health check-ups to children and provide prenatal care to women in remote areas.

Marshall Medical Outreach

Marshall Medical Outreach is a monthly student-led free mobile health clinic that offers the area’s homeless population on-site clinical and social services.

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Robert C. Byrd Clinical and Educational Center

This project couples quality health care with supplying a consistent pipeline of primary care providers southern West Virginia needs.

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