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Daughters of Charity Services of Arkansas was one of 13 organizations nationwide recently recognized by Health Resources and Services Administration’s Federal Office of Rural Health Policy for their work in improving chronic disease health outcomes and advancing the quality and delivery of rural health care.

Daughters of Charity Services of Arkansas Chief Executive Officer Brenda Jacobs (standing, sixth from left) accepted the Evidence-Based Model Award on behalf of Daughters of Charity Services of Arkansas.

The Evidence Model Award recognized Daughters of Charity Services of Arkansas for extraordinary demonstration of exemplary evidence-based model application for successful implementation of quality improvement and adaptation for use in a rural setting.

Jacobs is pictured with other community health leaders from across the country in Washington D.C.

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