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Welcome to the 2016 Oklahoma Rural Health Conference! Enjoy your time at the conference and be sure to visit with the exhibitors & sponsors. Follow the conference on Twitter by using the #rhao16 hastag.  WiFi Username: RHAO WiFi Password: 2016
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Wednesday, May 25 • 1:05pm - 2:00pm
Rural Hospital Survival Tips

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Rural Hospital Administrators Shelly Dunham(Okeene Municipal Hospital), Roger Knak (Fairview Medical Center), andLandon Hise (Cordell Memorial Hospital) speak about how they have found success in managing their rural hospitals. This session provides specific “how to” money saving tips on surviving in tough economic times.

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Shelly Dunham, RN

CEO, Okeene Municipal Hospital
Shelly Dunham, RN, has dedicated all of her adult life to some form of caring for and/or directing healthcare in the community. Ms. Dunham feels her background in nursing strengthens her ability to manage the everyday operations of the Okeene Municipal Hospital. She has been employed for 34 years with the Okeene Municipal Hospital. Prior to being promoted to CEO, Ms. Dunham served as Administrator of Schallmo Assisted Living and Okeene Hospital... Read More →
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Landon Hise

CEO, Cordell Memorial Hospital
Landon Hise is Chief Executive Officer/Administrator of Cordell Memorial Hospital in Cordell, Oklahoma. An Elk City native, Mr. Hise earned an Associate in Applied Science in Radiologic Technology and a Bachelor of Science in Health Care Administration from Southwestern Oklahoma State University. | | Prior to joining Cordell Memorial Hospital, Mr. Hise's professional career included stints at Great Plains Regional Medical Center in Elk City... Read More →

Roger Knak, MBA

CEO, Russell Regional Hospital
Roger Knak, MBA, began his career in healthcare in the pre-hospital setting as a professional firefighter paramedic. At the encouragement of nursing staff, he returned to college and obtained an Associate Degree in Nursing from the University of the State of New York in 1990. Mr. Knak served as a flight nurse and transitioned into the hospital setting becoming the Director of Emergency Services in a rural Kansas hospital. Returning to school, Mr... Read More →

Wednesday May 25, 2016 1:05pm - 2:00pm
Boomer Room Embassy Suites Norman - Hotel & Conference Center

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