(1) Rural health development council. There is created in the University of Wisconsin System a rural health development
council consisting of 17 members nominated by the governor, and with the advice and
consent of the senate appointed, for 5-year terms, and the secretary of health services,
or his or her designee. The appointed members shall include all of the following:
(a) A representative of the University of Wisconsin Medical School.
(b) A representative of the Medical College of Wisconsin, Inc.
(c) A representative of the Wisconsin Health and Educational Facilities Authority.
(d) One representative of a private lender that makes loans in rural areas.
(e) A representative of a hospital located in a rural area and a representative of
a clinic located in a rural area.
(f) A physician licensed under ch. 448, a dentist licensed under ch. 447, a nurse
licensed under ch. 441, and a dental hygienist licensed under ch. 447, all of whom
practice in a rural area, and a representative of public health services.
(g) The secretary of agriculture, trade and consumer protection or the secretary's
(h) The secretary of workforce development or the secretary's designee.
(i) A representative of an economic development organization operating in a rural
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