A new physician assistant program provides another opportunity for A. T. Still University to ally with NACHC to train healers from health center communities.
The surge of the Delta variant of COVID-19 could not come at a worse time. A federal moratorium on evictions that’s been in place as a public health measure expires this weekend (July 31) renewing concerns about how to keep people safe in their homes and out of crowded or congregate settings that could facilitate …
We need to work to end HIV stigma and disrupt systems that divide people based on identities or HIV status. Innovative approaches, such as public-private partnerships, telemedicine, and telehealth can help us reach our goals.
Owning their own blood-pressure cuff in these formative years could set a woman on a path toward lifelong awareness and monitoring of her blood pressure.
A new video shows Community Health Center physicians describing how they pivoted their operations quickly to respond to COVID-19 and underscores the importance of protecting yourself, family and friends by getting vaccinated.
Transparency about the COVID-19 vaccine – its safety, development, efficacy, and side effects will be critical to building this confidence among providers and other health center staff.
Dr. Lula (L.C.) Dorsey was a Mississippi native involved in the civil rights movement and the first rural Community Health Center.
There’s good news for the jobless and uninsured struggling in the pandemic. President Biden announced a Special Enrollment Period (SEP) for individuals and families to apply and enroll in the coverage they need, given the extraordinary circumstances of the COVID-19 pandemic.
On its first full day in office, the Biden-Harris administration released a comprehensive document laying out its widely anticipated plan to fight the COVID-19 pandemic. As we expected, the plan makes numerous references to the central role that Community Health Centers will play in this effort, given their status as trusted health care providers serving …
As healers whose mission emerged from the Civil Right Movement, our goal is clear: We dedicate ourselves to the task of trying even harder to eradicate poverty, illness, hate, bias, and brutality in our communities.