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Quarterly Membership Meeting

July 29, 2021 @ 11:30 am - 3:00 pm


Join us at the location of our newest Marketing Partner, West Texas Rehabilitation Center, where we’ll explore the exceptional medical resources available to the citizens of our region through the Center. We’ll also hear from Quang Ngo, Vice President of TORCH and the President/CEO of the TORCH Foundation, regarding the impact of the COVID Pandemic on our personal and professional lives and the valuable lessons learned in the process.

Quang has successfully managed many rural initiatives that have delivered significant benefits to rural hospitals and providers. Before joining TORCH over 15 years ago, Quang was the State’s Flex Coordinator for Medicare Rural Hospital Flexibility and Critical Access Hospital Program for Texas. Quang serves in numerous leadership capabilities on various external boards and committees, including one of his favorites the Texas Rural Practitioners – a consortium of outstanding rural advocates working to support healthy, vibrant rural communities.  Quang attended Trinity University for his undergraduate studies in Biology and Philosophy and the University of Texas, School of Public Health at the Health Sciences Center in Houston, for his graduate studies in public health and Health Services Organization.

The meeting will end with a tour of the WTRC facility and the incredible work they are doing in the areas of adult and pediatric therapy, employer services, orthotics and prosthetics, audiology, and family support services.

Come for a delicious lunch prior to the program and experience the value of networking and sharing your community’s story with your peer professionals throughout the Texas Midwest!

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July 29, 2021
11:30 am - 3:00 pm


Texas Midwest Community Network
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West Texas Rehabilitation Center
4601 Hartford
Abilene, TX 79605 United States
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