Terry Hill, M.P.A.
Terry has directed The Center since its inception in 1990 as the Minnesota Center for Rural Health. Terry has more than 29 years experience working with rural health care providers and communities. He leads all of the federally funded projects at the Center. Terry serves as Chair of the National Rural HIT Coalition and co-leads the HIT Regional Extension Center for MN and ND. He led the development of two rural health networks, the Community Health Information Collaborative (CHIC), a HRSA Office of Rural Health Rural Health Network grantee, and the Northern Lakes Health Consortium, a network of clinics, hospitals and long term care facilities in northeast MN. He twice served as president of the National Cooperative of Health Networks (2008 and 2010), and has worked with rural health providers in more than 35 states.
Terry is an adjunct professor at St. Scholastica and the University of Minnesota, Duluth Medical School. He received his Master of Public Administration from Shippensburg University and a Bachelor of Arts, History/Journalism from the University of Minnesota.