Log in
  • Home
  • Workshop: 3RNET Recruitment for Retention Strategies for Rural and Underserved Communities

Workshop: 3RNET Recruitment for Retention Strategies for Rural and Underserved Communities

  • 26 Apr 2022
  • 9:30 AM - 3:30 PM (CDT)
  • Lafayette Public Library - Main, 2nd Floor Meeting Room (301 West Congress Street, Lafayette, LA)
  • 35


Registration for this event is now closed.

Recruiting and retaining healthcare professionals is one of biggest challenges facing the health care industry in today’s climate. It’s vital to use a strategic approach that emphasizes recruiting the right employees who will stay for an extended period of time.


This five-hour workshop goes through the four-part process of 3RNet’s Recruiting for Retention Guides including topics such as: Planning and Preparation, Marketing and Finding Health Professionals, Matching and Committing, and Retaining for the Lifecycle of the Employee. You will learn how to strategize and implement best practices, and you’ll walk away with a plan that includes practical solutions for recruiting and retaining healthcare professionals into rural and underserved communities.

Space is limited to a maximum of forty (40) attendees.  Coffee and a boxed lunch will be provided. If you are unable to attend this session, an additional session will be held on August 10 in Monroe, Louisiana. Registration for the August workshop will open July 1.

This workshop is FREE for employees of Louisiana rural health facilities but, due to limited space, REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.  The course is best suited for human resources staff/recruiters, the executive team, leaders, and hiring managers. 

Sign up to reserve your spot!

About the Association

Our Mission

  • To promote rural health as a distinct concern in Louisiana
  • To serve as a unified voice for health care providers, public officials, healthcare employees, educators and consumers working cooperatively to improve rural health in Louisiana
  • To provide a forum for the exchange of ideas and information related to the improvement of rural health
  • To serve as an advocate for rural health, promoting improved health status and improvements to the health system for residents of rural Louisiana
  • To encourage the development of appropriate health resources for Louisiana


Denae Hebert, Executive Director 



133 Highway 402 / P.O. Box 387 

Napoleonville, LA 70390 


Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software