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Major Rogers named Rural Administrator of Year

TINKER AIR FORCE BASE, Oklahoma -- The Rural Health Association of Oklahoma (RHAO) has selected Mark Rogers, Administrator of Pushmataha Hospital, as their 2009 "Rural Administrator of the Year".
Rogers, a major with the 507th Air Refueling Wing's Medical Squadron, was one of several Oklahomans honored for their dedication and service to rural health in Oklahoma.

"This year's group of award winners shows such a commitment to rural health," said Dr. Kent Towsely, MD, President of the Rural Health Association of Oklahoma. "These individuals exemplify all the great work that goes on across the state."

The Rural Health Association of Oklahoma's mission is "serving as a united voice for Oklahomans in the promotion of rural health issues, through advocacy, education and leadership."