RHNSCNY receives Connection to Care funding from Chenango United Way

Elizabeth Monaco, Executive Director of Chenango United Way, presents a check to Jack Salo, Executive Director of the Rural Health Network of SCNY, for support of Connection to Care services in Chenango County. "Chenango United Way's support of Connection to Care will make it possible to provide transportation to health care services for Chenango County residents who can't afford transportation and may have also aged out of driving. We greatly appreciate the support of Chenango United Way," said Jack Salo, Executive Director of Rural Health Network SCNY.

Getting There Presentations Available Online!

We are pleased to share the conference resources, presentations, and reference materials. Please click the image below to access the listing of conference materials from Getting There: A Conference on Bridging the Transportation and HealthCare Gap on Wednesday, October 26, 2016.


Rural Health Network's 2015 Impact Report

Rural Health Network of SCNY's 2015 Impact Report is available now!


Click the image to view the full four-page report.

Rural Broome Counts

Click the photo to go to the Rural Broome Counts web page.

Rural Broome Counts (RBC) is a needs-assets assessment project that takes a deeper look at the 11 rural townships in Broome County (townships with 200 people per square mile or less). RBC completed its initial assessment, and has released a full report for use by all stakeholders. RBC will be updated every three years so that we can track rural Broome County’s status and provide information for other planning efforts such as the Broome County Community Health Assessment, Aging Services Plan, Coordinated Transportation Plan, and others.

GetThere hours expanded!

The GetThere Call Center is now staffed from 7:00 A.M. until 6:00 P.M. every weekday! 

New York State of Health


The third open-enrollment period to select a health insurance plan for 2016 ended on January 31, 2016. During this time, residents of New York State were able to enroll in a health insurance plan, switch plans, or apply for cost assistance.

REMEMBER, if you missed open enrollment you will not be able to sign up until the next open enrollment period (except in limited Special Enrollment cases).

Uninsured Americans (for 2016) will be penalized $695 per person or 2.5% of their household income, whichever is higher. Households will be penalized for uninsured children (under age 18) at half the adult rate ($347.50). The maximum dollar amount an uninsured family can be penalized is $2,085.

Quick Facts

  • Those who qualify for Medicaid or Child Health plus can enroll throughout the year.
  • Please note: If you experience a qualifying life event, you can enroll in private insurance outside the open enrollment period.
    • A list of qualifying life events can be found here
  • Please call the Rural Health Network of South Central NY at 607-692-7669 if you have any questions about health insurance or would like to shop, compare, and enroll at our Whitney Point office.