Mr. McCullough recently became the new Associate Director of the Utah Education and Telehealth Network, where he is responsible for Telehealth operations, strategic planning, and development of new services and sites. Previous to this role, he worked at the Utah Department of Health, where he was the Director of the Utah Office of Primary Care and Rural Health. In this role, he supported all of the rural hospitals and clinics in the state with federal and state resources to improve quality of care, financial and operational capacity, and workforce development. He also worked in local government at the City of Farmington, Utah where he was the GIS and IT Administrator for over 9 years. He is currently a PhD candidate at the University of Utah, where he is finishing up a doctorate degree in Medical Geography. His research interests are in Type 1 Diabetes, access to care, and spatial statistics. He lives in Layton Utah with his wife and their five children and he enjoys landscape photography and the outdoors, including hiking, camping, and skiing.
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