Rose Locklear joined the Oregon Office of Rural Health (ORH) in 2017 after completing two internships at ORH as part of her master’s degree in Public Health at Oregon State University. She began as a Program Coordinator at ORH to help Oregon’s rural and frontier Critical Assess Hospitals increase access and provide support to providers through telehealth programming and Project ECHO. The initial focus of this work was to assess hospital’s health information technology and providers’ training and support needs. Rose currently oversees ORH's Annual Forum on Aging as well as the Rural and Frontier Listening Tour. She also serves on state and regional Telehealth and Project ECHO governing boards.
Rose holds masters’ degrees in Public Health and Kinesiology from Oregon State University and is based in central Oregon.
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