Educational Services

  • Clinical Education Series  - RWHC is pleased to offer this clinical education series for both new and experienced nurses.  Come enjoy a day of enhancing your knowledge and improving critical thinking at the bedside for overall improved patient care in your organization.

  • Community Economic Professional Development – RWHC is pleased to offer quarterly professional development training on community economic development & community leadership topics.
  • Leadership Series - RWHC is pleased to offer this innovative leadership development series for both new and experienced healthcare managers.

  • Preceptor Training Program - RWHC is pleased to offer this two-day workshop which builds skills around aspects of the preceptor role and provides opportunities for practice and feedback related to the essential skill set for preceptors. This workshop is open to both RWHC members and non-RWHC members.

  • Nurse Residency Program - RWHC is pleased to once again offer this year-long structured program offering support for the nurse graduate through monthly learning days and the support of an experienced nurse, a Clinical Coach. This program is open to both RWHC members and non-RWHC members.

  • Leadership Residency Program - RWHC is excited to once again offer the Leadership Residency Program. This program engages novice healthcare leaders in a one-year track of education and skill development to ensure success as a leader.

  • Leadership Insights Newsletter - Monthly newsletters by Jo Anne Preston, RWHC Workforce & Organizational Development Senior Manager.

  • Professional Roundtables - The opportunity to network with one's peers is one of the key advantages to membership in RWHC. RWHC offers approximately 46 professional roundtables, representing a wide range of clinical and non-clinical
    disciplines; additional groups are considered on a regular basis.

  • Wisconsin Quality Residency Program - The Wisconsin Hospital Association (WHA), together with RWHC is excited to offer guest registration for the Wisconsin Quality Residency Program. You can review the schedule for more detail on the modules and register for on-site individual modules by clicking on the Quality Residency title above. Seats are limited and registrations will be accepted on a first come first served basis. The modules, focused on quality improvement concepts and essentials, are designed for new or novice quality leaders as well as experienced leaders looking for a “refresher” in a specific topic area. Each module requires completion of pre-work related to the module topic, which is announced well ahead of time. Active participation is also highly encouraged. Fee is $250 per module. To find out more information, email Jill Lindwall, WHA Clinical Quality. Improvement Advisor at or Janet Wagner, RWHC Quality Services Senior Manager at

  • Coding Education & Training
    • Onsite or Regional Education & Training Programs provided by our Coding Expert. Scheduled upon request and structured to fit your distinct needs. 
    • Coding Mentoring Program provides one-on-one education with your recent Coding Staff hires.

    • Educational Programs/Benchmarking - RWHC strives to be responsive to members' needs in an ever-changing health care environment. We organize cooperative work groups and educational programs that address topics identified via roundtables, board meetings or individual member requests. With an emphasis on rural-specific issues and networking opportunities, RWHC has developed successful projects and programs in a number of areas.

    • Walden University Resources - As a RWHC member, you may be eligible to receive a 10% tuition reduction on a high-quality program.