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Southampton Memorial Hospital: Phil A. Wright, Chief Executive Officer

March 30, 2012

The difficult economy of the last four years has impacted communities in profound and life-altering ways. For much of its history, Franklin, Va., depended on the local paper mill as its economic lifeblood. Through a variety of private owners, including most recently, International Paper, the mill was a community hallmark, the number-one employer in a […]

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Norwalk Community Health Center: Dr. David Savarese, Medical Director

January 30, 2012

In just 12 short years of being opened as a federally qualified community health center, Norwalk Community Health Center has seen huge changes in quality, service, and facility size. The center opened in 1999 in a 10,000-square-foot building in Norwalk, Conn. Today, the center is located in a 24,500-square-foot, state-of-the-art facility that serves 11,000 residents […]

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Cornell Scott-Hill Health Center: Michael Taylor, COO

January 12, 2012

Community health centers face unique challenges and patient populations with perhaps a greater focus on their surrounding areas than many other healthcare organizations. Cornell Scott-Hill Health Center is a federally qualified community health center that has been serving residents of New Haven, Conn., neighborhoods since 1968. About 65 percent of patients receive Medicaid, and 58 […]

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