Elizabeth H. Swain, CHCANYS President and CEO since 2005, was inducted Thursday into the National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC) Grassroots Advocacy Hall of Fame in Washington, D.C.
Grassroots Advocacy Hall of Fame members have all made lasting contributions to ensuring the creation, survival and strength of community health centers and
CHCANYS President & CEO Elizabeth Swain was invited by Philanthropy NY to lead a panel discussion on opportunities for FQHC expansion with a particular focus on NYC and the Caring Neighborhoods initiative announced by the de Blasio administration in October. During the well-attended, invite-only event, which also featured speakers Dr. Ram Raju (NYC
CHCANYS and Lutheran Family Health Centers arehonored to announce the creation of the Dr. Philip W. Brickner Memorial Award. Dr. Brickner, who died on March 24, 2014, was a pioneer in community and urban public health and nationally recognized as the father of homeless health care. The award will be presented during CHCANYS’ Statewide Conference &
After over five years at CHCANYS, Matthew Ziemer is leaving his position as Director of Emergency Management to explore an exciting personal opportunity in Australia. His last day will be January 24. During his tenure, Matt has overseen the Emergency Management Program through blizzards, floods, an earthquake, two hurricanes, and a pandemic.
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After Friday, May 17th, CHCANYS’ New York City office will no longer be located at 535 8th Avenue. However, there will be a transition period before we are able to move into our great new space downtown. During this time (and after we are in our new space), you will continue to be able to reach any of our New York City staff at their current direct
New Plan Identifies Ways to Increase Productivity and Fill Provider Vacancies, Prioritizes Geographic Areas for Growth
April 8, 2013 (New York) – New York State’s federally qualified health centers (FQHCs) could provide more than 1 million additional visits and serve hundreds of thousands more patients each year, according to a new plan