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CHARLESTON, WV -

Joe Tuttle, who retired last year as CEO of Clay-Battelle Health Services Association, has been honored by the Center for Rural Health Development.

Tuttle accepted the 2013 Rural Health Leadership Award at the association's annual West Virginia Governance Forum at Stonewall Resort and Conference Center earlier this month. 

When Tuttle retired, he had been a leader in health care in West Virginia for more than 40 years. In 1972, Tuttle joined with a group of concerned citizens in the western end of Monongalia County to address the lack of health care services in the area. 

From their efforts, the Clay-Battelle Health Services Association was created. The private, non-profit corporation began providing quality, comprehensive family medical and dental care without regard to an individual's ability to pay.