Asian health centers have been uniquely positioned to support communities in trying times.
Lowell’s leadership team knew it needed to embrace, invest in, and better leverage technology to best serve its patient community, ensure health equity, and reduce stress and demands placed on staff over the past year.
In observance of Asian Pacific Islander Heritage Month, NACHC is featuring leaders in the health center movement. Kimberly S.G. Chang, MD, MPH, is a NACHC Board Member and a Family Physician and Director of Human Trafficking and Health Care Policy at Asian Health Services, a Community Health Center in Oakland, California. Also, view our Q&A with Teresita …
o build on its 50-year history of services and support for the nation’s Community Health Centers, NACHC has launched a new Center for Community Health Innovation (CCHI).
This year we were honored colleagues who have advanced the health center mission and whose contributions have vastly improved the lives of America’s migrant and seasonal agricultural workers.
Batayola shares why she is drawn to Community Health Center work and what keeps her going.
Dentists and dental teams are being utilized to help administer COVID-19 vaccines.
The COVID-19 vaccination outreach efforts of Clinicas del Camino Real, Inc., are informed by the health center’s deep understanding of the logistical challenges and cultural beliefs of the agricultural worker community it serves.
Community Health Centers are partnering with local organizations to broaden their reach for COVID-19 vaccination efforts.
A new stunning 86-minute documentary film explores the universality of trauma and resilience through the eyes of immigrant and refugee health care practitioners and patients and features a Community Health Center in Lowell, MA