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Byron Crouse MD

In 2001, Crouse moved to the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health where he became the first associate dean for rural and community health and the vice chair for educational programs in the Department of Family Medicine.

In these roles, he works closely with the Wisconsin Area Health Education Center (AHEC) System and the Wisconsin Office of Rural Health. He has served in various leadership roles at the state and national levels, and currently serves as the co-chair of the Rural Medical Educators group of the National Rural Health Association.

He also serves on the national Primary Care Organizations Committee and has published and spoken about rural health topics and educational approaches in rural settings and interdisciplinary education.

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Picture from National Health Service Corp Community Day video
October 8 2015

Picture from 2014 RUSCH - Final Presentations video
July 25 2014

Picture from 2013 National Health Service Corp Community Day Event - Oct. 10 video
October 10 2013

Picture from Country Doctors video
February 12 2008

Picture from Why WARM? video
August 8 2007

Picture from Can You Afford to Practice in Rural America? video
February 15 2007