Rhonda Barcus, MS, LPC

Program Manager
National Rural Health Resource Center (The Center)
Rural Health Innovations (RHI)
(904) 321-7607

Rhonda joined The Center in 2012 and manages the Rural Healthcare Provider Transition Project (RHPTP) and population and community health services. She has worked in hospital settings since 1987. Rhonda is experienced in leadership and organizational development and has assisted hospitals to address organization-wide goals related to improving patient experience and staff retention. 

Rhonda received her Master of Science (MS) in Psychology from Georgia College and State University. She is also a licensed professional counselor and has worked in the field of substance use.

Past Events

Past Allied Health Webinar

Employee Satisfaction Survey Implementation Process

January 17, 2018

Learn how to implement an annual employee satisfaction survey. This webinar provides insight to choose "the right" survey questions, methods to administer the survey and critical survey follow-up steps.

Past SRHT HELP Webinar

SRHT Toolkit Updates and Video Spotlights

August 19, 2019

Hear the latest updates to the Toolkit for Transitioning to Value-Based Systems and see the SRHT hospital spotlight videos featuring Bacon County Hospital and Health System and Roosevelt General Hospital.

Past SRHT HELP Webinar

Impact Patient Experience Through Leader Rounding

May 27, 2020

Learn new ways to ask questions to get the information you want. Identify ways to create comfortable experience for the patient during leader rounds. Learn ways to use the information to effectively coach staff.

Past Webinar

Project Overview

December 1, 2020

This webinar is designed to help you understand the purpose of the project. 

Past Webinar

Beyond Education: Engaging Staff to Impact Population Health

December 1, 2020

For population health initiatives to be successful, it is important to get understanding and buy-in from staff at all levels of the organization, including frontline as well as leadership. This requires creating messaging and education that will inspire and motivate others to join you to address population health.