Supporting rural hospital viability.
Our mission is to improve the viability of member hospitals through shared services, resources, and advocacy.
Focusing on solutions.
We offer a wide variety of programs and services aimed at helping to ensure the viability of the facilities we work with.
Desert Road
Maintaining access to healthcare.
Our purpose is to maintain access to hospital-based healthcare services in rural settings.



NRHP Member Hospitals

Photos courtesy of Keith Clark


Latest from NRHP

NRHP Wins NNDA Award for Best Health Care Initiative

The Doc Holliday award for Best Health Care Initiative was awarded to Nevada Rural Hospital Partners for work facilitating passage of legislation allowing licensed health care workers to provide tele-health services to patients. NRHP received this award on April 7th at the NNDA Pioneer Awards. See the entire article in [...]

NRHPF Golf Tournament

The NRHP Foundation Golf Tournament is coming up on June 3, 2016! Event brochure with sponsor packages and the registration form can be found by clicking on the Read More button of this post. The NRHP Golf Tournament has become a celebrated and much anticipated annual event. Tournament Coordinator Susan Fryer [...]

DVH Kicks Off Nevada Rural Opioid Overdose Reversal Program

Desert View Hospital held a kickoff event on November 24th with Governor Sandoval’s Chief of Staff, Mike Willden, to announce receipt of HRSA Grant #D94RH2927. The Nevada Rural Opioid Overdose Reversal (NROOR) project is a statewide partnership under the leadership of Desert View Hospital. The overarching goal of the NROOR project [...]

Transportation for BMGH & PGH LTC Residents Provided by NDOT

Throughout each year, the Nevada Department of Transportation administers Federal Transit Administration funds used by local transit providers to purchase and operate transit buses and other vehicles. NDOT distributes this funding to sub-recipients such as senior centers, rehabilitation centers, Native American reservations, non-profit rural transportation providers, county bus services and [...]

BCCH & MVRH Recognized by Joint Commission

On November 17th, The Joint Commission announced the release of America’s Hospitals: Improving Quality and Safety: The Joint Commission’s Annual Report 2015, summarizing data on 49 accountability measures reported by more than 3,300 Joint Commission-accredited hospitals in 2014. Congratulations to Banner Churchill Community Hospital in Fallon and Mesa View Regional [...]

The Nevada Action Coalition & the Future of Nursing Campaign

The Nevada Action Coalition is part of the Future of Nursing: Campaign for Action, a nationwide movement to improve health and health care through nursing. An initiative of AARP and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the Campaign includes Action Coalitions in 50 states and the District of Columbia working to [...]

SLMC in the Nevada Board of Nursing News Magazine

South Lyon Medical Center was featured in the September 2014 Nevada Board of Nursing News magazine for their nursing assistant training program. See attached for the full article. Nursing News 0914 SLMC

CVMC CEO Recognized as “Grassroots Champion”

The American Hospital Association (AHA), in partnership with the Nevada Hospital Association (NHA) has awarded the AHA Grassroots Champion Award to Susan Davila, CEO of Carson Valley Medical Center. As a 2014 Grassroots Champion, Davila was selected based on her exceptional leadership in generating grassroots and community activity in support [...]

DVH Honored for Back to School Fair

In recognition of their work with the annual Back to School Health Fair, Desert View Hospital was presented with the Silver Syringe Award for Outstanding Community Partner from Immunize Nevada.

Physician Order for Life Sustaining Treatment (POLST)

A Physician Order for Life-Sustaining Treatment (POLST) is a medical order that states what kind of medical treatment patients want toward the end of their lives. The form is printed on bright pink paper and signed by both a doctor and patient, POLST helps give seriously ill patients more control [...]