The clinic’s Annual Gratitude Report is available to the public on our website Here Transparency is key when you are interested in supporting a nonprofit mission. Fiscal responsibility, strong leadership, and programming effectiveness are just some of the aspects to review to be confident in the nonprofits impact and in giving your support.
This year we were joined by 1,400 participants that either came to the high school on race day or did their own 5k with family and friends! Together, we have raised $150,000.00 (to date) for our patients who are in need of breast cancer screenings, preventative care, and education. So many people will receive necessary services that they would otherwise
We thank all of our sponsors for their commitment to our patients and their need for breast cancer screenings, preventative care, and education. Uninsured women and men are likely to go without needed preventative care and end up sicker by the time they are seen. Our sponsors understand that healthy people contribute more fully to their families, their communities and
We are THANKFUL for these generous volunteer providers! Dr. Kaiser, Dr. Hagenbruch, Staci LoBosco, Sue Bartlett, Dr. Tucker, Jerry Sullivan, Dr. Lesser, Dr. Dehaan, Dr. Skopec, Dr. Bremer, Dr. Kakish, and Dr. Gogineni!!!!!
Do you want to feel amazing? Volunteer here, we need you!
September 29, 2021
We are always looking for volunteers in all capacities to join us and support the mission of the clinic. Volunteers are an important piece of our foundation and success at providing healthcare to the uninsured. You do not need to have a medical background to be an FHPC volunteer. Contact Kristina Nemetz at [email protected] to learn how you can use
Fiscal yr. 2020-21 patient impact numbers! So many lives improved.
September 22, 2021
We share with you our patient stats so you can see just how far-reaching your support goes. So many lives have been improved! 8,591 patient visits 2,215 Covid vaccines given 387 Community Covid tests Just under $1.4M in medication given to patients 1,350 A1Cs performed 301 women screened for breast & cervical cancer
Clinic controlled Diabetes is higher than patients with commercial insurance.
September 14, 2021
When we do our semi-annual quality assurance reviews, we measure our clinic’s outcomes against national benchmarks gathered by insurance companies (HEDIS). Having an A1c less than 8 is considered ‘in control’. Here’s what we found this July: More than 63% of Family Health Partnership Clinic patients have their diabetes under control as compared with 51% of people who have commercial
September is graced with WONDERFUL volunteer providers :)
September 7, 2021
Thank you for donating your time and talent to our patients!!!!! Jerry Sullivan, Dr. Skopec, Dr. Lesser, Dr. Dehaan, Dr. Tucker, Dr. Riggs, Dr. Bremer, Dr. Kakish, Dr. Hagenbruch, Dr. Kaiser, Sue Bartlett, Staci LoBosco