HIA Cover ThumbnailNCFC Health Impact Assessment: Improving the Quality and Quantity of Food in Southwest New Mexico Food Pantries

The National Center for Frontier Communities is proud to present our Health Impact Assessment on Improving the Quality and Quantity of Food in Southwest New Mexico Food Pantries. Our initial aim was to address the underlying policies and formulas that … Continue reading

Cover onlyThe National Center for Frontier Communities is proud to announce the arrival of the Leading Change Toolkit: Best Practices in Technical Assistance for Rural and Frontier Health-Care Organizations in an Era of Transformation

The toolkit was developed by the National Network for Rural and Frontier Capacity, consisting of the National Center for Frontier Communities, the University of New Mexico Office of Community Health, the National Organization of State Offices of Rural Health, and … Continue reading

Rural Emergency Medical Service (EMS) Infrastructure (Fact Sheet)

South Carolina Rural Health Research Center, 2004. Prehospital care has become an important element in the spectrum of health services. Approaches for comparing the availability of Emergency Medical Service (EMS) across communities are a first step in developing policies that … Continue reading