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Local Health Centers to Receive $5 Million from U.S. Health Department

By Staff

 

Anthony Jordan Health Center

Anthony Jordan Health Center

Several local health centers will receive a total of more than $5 million from the US Department of Health and Human Services, to provide health care to underserved populations, according to a press release from Congresswoman Louise Slaughter’s office.

The following local centers will receive the grants:

  • Anthony L. Jordan Health Center: $1,673,817;
  • Oak Orchard Community Health Center Inc.: $1,156,857;
  • and Rochester Primary Care Network: $2,300,692.

“This funding reinforces our commitment to affordable health care for every American,” Slaughter (D-Fairport) stated. “These health centers have been wonderful partners in delivering health care results to underserved populations and, with these grants, they will be able to provide even more of our friends and neighbors with affordable health services.”

The Anthony L. Jordan Health Center is a not-for-profit comprehensive primary care center in Rochester; Oak Orchard is a not-for-profit federally qualified health center, which provides primary and preventative health and dental care to individuals in Albion, Brockport, Lyndonville, and Warsaw; and the Regional Primary Care Network (RPCN), which was founded in Rochester, provides individualized health care and wellness-related education to local individuals and families, the press release stated.