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Background Information

Employment History

Executive Director

NYS Legislative Commission on Rural Resources


Executive Director

New York State Legislative Commission on Rural Resources


Affiliations

New York State Association for Rural Health

Board Member


Rural Schools

Advisory Board Member


Web References(18 Total References)


Gunther determined to get retirement community law - 2005-05-23

albany.bizjournals.com [cached]

"We see this as a trend across the country," said Ronald Brach, executive director of the NYS Legislative Commission on Rural Resources.


New York State Association for Rural Health: NYSARH News

www.nysarh.org [cached]

NYSARH board member, Ron Brach, executive director of the NYS Legislative Commission on Rural Resources, recalls Sen.
Her many triumphs included leadership on the Rural Health Care Workforce Summit in 2001, the Nursing Shortage Task Force in 2004, pushing for financial support for the rural health networks, rural hospitals, and Area Health Education Centers, a public hearing on rural health issues at the first annual NYSARH conference in Binghamton and, most recently, the NYSARH Task Force on behavioral health telemedicine," shares Brach.


www.noccog.org

Ronald C. Brach, the executive director of the New York State Legislative Commission on Rural Resources was the guest speaker for the evening and shared with those present information this commission learned from listening sessions held around the state in rural areas this past year.Copies of the Executive Summary by the Commission on Rural Resources which contains more detailed information was unveiled at the meeting and made available to NOCCOG town and villages for review.Mr. Brach stressed that the report is not cast in stone and the commission is encouraging feed back from the report.Mr. Brach stated that rural communities need to work on an action agenda to address their present and future needs and need to make state agencies and officials aware of this agenda.NOCCOG is pleased to have Ronald C. Brach, the executive director of the New York State Legislative Commission on Rural Resources as the speaker for the evening.


New York State Association for Rural Health: Board of Directors

www.nysarh.org [cached]

Ronald Brach, Past Executive Director Legislative Commission on Rural Resources NYS Senate, Albany (Ex-Officio)


www.nyruralschools.org

Ronald Brach


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