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Yakima Herald-Republic: Retiring Neighborhood Health CEO Helped Bring Quality Health Care to Thousands

Former NACHC Board Chair Anita Monoian with NACHC President & CEO Tom Van Coverden (File Photo) .

“Thousands of Yakima County residents owe thanks to Anita Monoian, Neighborhood Health and other community health organizations with roots here. But Monoianโ€™s influence on community health care stretches far beyond Central Washington. She is one-time chairwoman and a current board member of the National Association of Community Health Centers, an agency that advocates for more than 1,400 community health organizations and 29 million people in the U.S. In 2017, the group honored her with the Louis S. Garcia Community/Migrant Health Service Award, recognizing her contributions to primary health care management and service in migrant and farmworker health…

‘Anitaโ€™s voice has risen to the top countless times on Capitol Hill as she championed care for the poor, the disenfranchised, the uninsured with the nationโ€™s lawmakers,’ said Tom Van Coverden, NACHC President and CEO.”

Read the editorial by the Yakima Herald-Republic regarding the retirement of Neighborhood Health CEO and Former NACHC Board Chair, Anita Monoianย  by visiting this link,