Family Health Care was not given notice that the Board of Education would be discussing the contract regarding the school-based Child and Adolescent Health Center (CAHC) located within Grant Middle School. We are disappointed with the Board’s decision to end the contract within 90 days and how this will impact students and families in the Grant community. Family Health Care has been providing school-based health care in Grant since 2010. Last school year, we served
Family Health Care is pleased to announce the addition of Kaley Aown, FNP-C to its medical clinic located at 520 Cobb Street in Cadillac. Aown is now accepting new patients of all ages. Aown is a certified family nurse practitioner. She earned her nurse practitioner degree from Michigan State University. Her undergraduate studies were completed at Northern Michigan University in Marquette. A native of Northern Michigan, Aown has more than seven years of nursing experience.
Family Health Care has been awarded grant funding from the state of Michigan to add school-based health centers in the Evart and Reed City school districts. The Child and Adolescent Health Center Program Planning Grants through the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) will provide $100,000 in funding for each school district to work with Family Health Care to create a school-based health clinic that would deliver mental and primary health care services
Family Health Care CEO Julie Tatko, Quality Director Amy Tompkins, and Board Members Eric Davidson, Pam Panetta and Bruce Whitney met with Congressman John Moolenaar and Congressman Jack Bergman at the National Association of Community Health Centers’ policy and issues forum in Washington, DC. The discussion focused on critical health care issues and the need for long-term and stable funding for community health centers. Media Contact:Alan NeushwanderDirector, External & Internal Relations(231) firstname.lastname@example.org
Family Health Care recently received a $15,000 Going PRO Talent Fund award from Michigan Works! West Central. The funding is provided by the Michigan Department of Labor and Economic Opportunity and administered by the local Michigan Works! office. The money assists with training, developing and retaining newly hired and current employees. Family Health Care is federally qualified health center with clinics in Lake, Newaygo, Mecosta, Missaukee, and Wexford counties. Pictured accepting the check from Michigan
Leah Bethel, AGNP-C, has joined Family Health Care as an adult-gerontology family nurse practitioner. She will see patients at the Family Health Care clinic at 11 N. Maple St. in Grant. Bethel earned her nurse practitioner degree from Vanderbilt University School of Nursing in Nashville, Tennessee. Her undergraduate studies were completed at Central Michigan University. A native of Newaygo County, Bethel is following in her mother’s footsteps as a nurse. “I admired the unwavering care