Since 1999, Premier Specialty Network (PSN) has proudly provided quality healthcare to rural communities throughout the United States. Originally founded by Dr. Robert Jackson, current president, PSN evolved out of the Northeast Missouri Rural Health Network (NMRHN).
While directing NMRHN, Dr. Jackson became acutely aware of the need to improve health care access to rural areas. With his guidance and leadership, NMRHN helped develop five Critical Access Hospitals (CAH) in northeast Missouri (Unionville, Milan, Macon, Memphis and Brookfield).
Subsequently, Dr. Jackson developed a unique model of outreach specialty medical service for Rheumatology to serve the same hospitals.
PSN has since expanded this model over the course of the years and now provides a variety of medical and surgical services to communities across the United States.