Our Mission:

Improve the physical and mental health of Park County residents

Rocky Mountain Rural Health congratulates two of its own for successfully completing the Community
Health Worker certification course through Texas A&M Health Science Center. Barbie McBee and Julie

Johnson worked diligently throughout the intensive 24 week course and both
graduated at the top of their class. They always kept the goal of better serving the
residents of Park County in view and Rocky Mountain Rural Health is pleased to be
able to use their expertise to benefit our medically underserved community.

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So what exactly does a Community Health Worker do? They
fulfill a wide range of services based on assisting individuals
and communities toward better health. This may include
conducting outreach events, providing information on
available resources, performing blood pressure screenings
and navigating individuals through the healthcare system.

McBee and Johnson conduct weekly outreach events at various venues throughout the County. They bring a wealth of information on healthcare and related topics and specialize in helping people connect with the services they need. Please check our website – www.rmrh.org – for their itinerary. They will be coming to a location near you! All events are weather and road conditions permitting.

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A 501(c)(3)   nonprofit organization

PO Box 1600
Fairplay, CO 80440
Phone  719-836-2169   Fax 719-836-2375  email info@rmrh.org

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