torch spring conference

TORCH Spring Conference

Since health care continually changes, TORCH responds to fluctuating conditions by developing and providing educational programs on an as needed basis. Below is a list of our upcoming events.

TORCH Spring Conference
April 1-4, 2024 | Onsite & Virtual Recorded Event
Loews Arlington Hotel
Arlington, TX

Registration is currently open to all.

Hospital & Clinic Registration - Please click here to register.
Room Reservations - Please click here.
Exhibitor Prospectus -Please click here for a copy of the Exhibitor Prospectus.  All booths must be secured online.
Exhibitor Registration -Please click here to secure your booth.  All booths must be secured online.  If you are not a current Corporate Member or Endorsed Partner you will be billed the additional non-member fee after you register.
Exhibitor Additional Attendee Form - Please click here to download and complete.
Conference Agenda - We are continuing to update as we confirm our speakers and finalize content. This will be posted soon.
​Speaker List - Please click here for our current speaker list.
Conference Exhibitors - Please click here for a listing.
Conference Sponsors - Please click here for a listing.

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Apr 01 - 04 2024


All Day

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Arlington, TX


The Texas Organization of Rural & Community Hospitals (TORCH)
The Texas Organization of Rural & Community Hospitals (TORCH)
(512) 873-0045
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We believe there are always challenges, but new strategies will allow us to significantly enhance TORCH and its capacity to serve its members. Working as a more integrated organization, we envision the development of new services that will benefit rural hospitals, embracing everything from staff education to the funding of technological improvements. Meanwhile, we will remain the only clear voice that speaks for just rural hospitals in Texas. We also believe that TORCH takes a place on the national stage, serving both as a model of rural hospital organization and an effective voice in our nation’s capital for rural health care here and elsewhere. Our mission has and always will be to preserve our rural and community hospitals so that healthcare can remain local.