Marsha Corbin

Board Chair

Marsha Corbin has served as Executive Director for Old Trails Regional Tourism since September 2013. Prior to this position she worked for University of Missouri Extension with the Healthy Lifestyle Initiative in Lafayette County. She was the recipient of the Healthcare Foundation of Greater Kansas City 2013 Healthy Lafayette Award for her work with farmers markets, local food pantries and walking and biking trails. Marsha has been on the HCC Board of Directors since 2014, and currently serves as board chair. Prior to her employment with Old Trails, Marsha served as a volunteer leader in the Show-Me Scenic Byway project, the predecessor to the Old Trails Partnership. Her previous work experience included 17 years in the title insurance industry. She attended the University of Missouri-Columbia, majoring in agriculture business. She lives on the family’s Century Farm in Dover and raise cattle and crops in partnership with her two sons.

Our community-based programs include case management, counseling and assessment, health education, transportation, translation services, enrollment assistance, health and social care advocacy initiatives, access to primary care, and health IT.

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After more than a decade and nearly 50 new employees later, it’s safe to say that the Lexington, MO-based HCC Network is a major player in Lafayette County and in rural health care in this region.

The focus of HCC is to develop and implement programs that are responsive to documented health needs of county residents, with specific health status indicators as benchmarks of progress.

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