We are located in Marilyn Horne Hal in historic downtown Bradford. This locale provides access to rural communities, providers, and citizens, enabling the center to identify and articulate health issues that are particularly relevant to rural America.
The center maintains formal relationships with all University of Pittsburgh campuses and schools and with the UPMC Health System, providing access to many of the nation's top health researchers.
By serving as the rural health focal point for the entire university system, the center works to engage these researchers in rural health research and practice. Local communities serve as the testing grounds for national program models and for the development of rural health policy.
Pitt-Bradford contributed $67.5 million to the regional economy in 2011 alone
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