• September 5, 2021

How pioneer woman ranch became a global leader in health care innovation

A pioneer woman’s ranch in northern California has evolved into a leading health care innovator in the United States.

The Rancho Yona, or Piedras Negras, is the first health care organization to have a national reputation for innovating on the health care system and bringing innovative medical treatments to the public.

Its founder, Barbara Yona-Tarr, founded the Rancho on the principles of providing affordable, quality care to underserved communities in rural Mexico.

Her organization, known as the Rancha Yona de México, was recognized in the first year of its existence with a $1 million prize awarded by the United Nations for the country’s most innovative health care.

The organization has also earned the nickname “pioneering place” for its ability to innovate in the health sector, with the Ranchy providing innovative medical services to underserve communities in Mexico and providing care for millions of people living with HIV/AIDS and other communicable diseases.

The Yona family has become a national household name in the U.S. and Mexico.

In 2010, the Yona’s organization was awarded a MacArthur fellowship for its work with rural populations in Mexico.

The fellowship was awarded to a team of 20 fellows, and the winners received $2 million in grants.

The Rancho also received a $2.5 million MacArthur grant for the first time in the Ranchan program.

In 2012, the Ranchuos were recognized by the National Institutes of Health as a “Global Leader in Health and Nutrition” and “Best Health Care Innovation” by the Center for Health Innovation and Innovation Excellence.

The family has also received numerous awards and accolades for its innovative work in the healthcare sector.

The Yona Ranch has been recognized for providing more than 1,200 medical services in Mexico in addition to providing the first HIV-prevention services in the state of Jalisco, Mexico.

Rancho Yuna is the third largest private hospital in the world with a population of more than 3.3 million people.

It has been a recipient of the Nobel Prize for Medicine in 2015, and in 2014 was named by the Guinness Book of World Records as the world’s largest health care institution.

Rancher Barbara Yuna has also served as a member of the National Academy of Sciences, the National Academies of Sciences and Engineering, and is an active board member of The Piedra, a nonprofit foundation that aims to provide health care to more than 100 million women.

Yona-tarr said the Ranch was a very hard decision to leave her home in Mexico to become a health care pioneer.

But we have found it to be a wonderful opportunity, she said.