This week we’re having a conversation with Corie Kaiser, the Director of the Oklahoma Office of Rural Health. Corie joined the Office of Rural Health in 2005. Since that time, she has maintained the office’s community engagement programs as well as coordinated and maintained quality and performance improvement and financial programs to assist critical access hospitals.
“We had three critical access hospitals convert to critical access hospital status in 2016…”
Corie received her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Central Oklahoma and a Master of Science with an emphasis in healthcare administration from Oklahoma State University. She is a member of the National Rural Health Association and currently serves as President of the Rural Health Association of Oklahoma and President-Elect of the National Organization of State Offices of Rural Health.
Corie is a native rural Oklahoman and currently lives in Edmond, OK, with her husband and two sons.