Alabama Student Rural Health Association

The Alabama Student Rural Health Association (ASRHA) is open to any and all students interested in any health related career.

Health Professional Shortage Areas by Geographic Area - Alabama

The mission of the ASRHA is to educate students and Alabamians regarding rural health issues in the state by addressing pertinent health issues through activities, workshops, volunteering, and information distribution in various ways.


For information on ASHRA or to receive ASHRA related email, contact


Dues are $15 and cover an entire academic year, August to May. Checks can be made out to Alabama Student Rural Health Association.


Dana Parcher Warner, M.S.

Coordinator, Office of Pre-Professional Advising

 Shelby Center 302P
 256.824.6305 (Fax)

Activites and Events

  • Past Events:
    • Service Projects:
      • North Alabama Medical Reserve Corps
      • Adopt Highlands Medical Center Mobile Clinic
    • Fundraisers:
      • Valentine's Treats and Baked Goods
  • Proposed Future Events:
    • "Adopt" a middle school
    • Assist with & participate in Alzheimers's Walk
    • "Tar Wars" to teach kids of the consequences of tobacco use
    • Families on the Go - Planning meals and healthy lifestyles

Brandon Coats, Abrahim Imam, Garrett Dunn, Jonathan Trinh, Miranda Honeycutt, and Molly Stalons (l-r) serve as ASRHA’s officers.

Michael Mercier | UAH


Molly Stalons


Johnny Trinh


Abrahim Imam

Financial Secretary

Mark Allen

Membership Chair

Demetria Williams

Service Chair

Miranda Honeycutt

Fundraising Chair

This club exists because students like you want to make it happen, so if you want to lead, you can make it happen! Contact with any ASRHA questions.