Cherokee Health Systems, a community health center in rural Tennessee, is featured in The Tennessean for its groundbreaking work in addiction medicine.
A select group of Community Health Center leaders from around the country were honored by NACHC for their leadership in advocacy.
A new report from NACHC highlights Community Health Centers as a health care solution that has already been in place for over 50 years, with broad bipartisan support.
More than 2,500 Community Health Center advocates from around the U.S. will gather in D.C. for NACHC’s 2017 Policy & Issues Forum.
In a new blog post, Susan West Levine, CEO of Lowell Community Health Center in Massachusetts, describes why community health centers are a vital health care resource.
Today two House Committees are taking the first step in the long process of considering proposed changes to our health care system.
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A partnership between NACHC, Becton, Dickinson and Company, and Direct Relief was selected as one of three winners of the Healthy10 Healthy Community award.
Dennis Freeman, Ph.D., Chief Executive Officer of Cherokee Health Systems (CHS) today testified before a U.S. Senate panel about integrating behavioral health into primary care.
In a Roll Call op-ed, Tom Daschle and Mike Leavitt tout health centers as one health care solution to achieve a high-performing, high-quality, and cost-efficient health care system.