National Health Center Week

The Franklin County Commissioners have proclaimed Aug. 12 through 18, as National Health Center Week. Pictured, from left, are: Mary Beth Shank, Franklin County Solicitor and Keystone Board of Directors; Commissioner Bob Ziobrowski; Deborah Millhouse, Keystone Risk Manager; Karen Johnston, Healthy Communities Partnership Executive Director and Keystone Board of Directors; Charlene Gingrich, Keystone Director of Quality; Commissioner Chairman Dave Keller; Joanne Cochran, Keystone Health CEO; Carrie Gray, Franklin County Administrator and Keystone Board of Directors; Jeffery Trulan, Shook Home CEO and Keystone Board of Directors; Christina Methner, Keystone Public Relations Coordinator.

The Franklin County Board of Commissioners proclaimed the week of Aug. 12-18, as National Health Center Week. At a recent board meeting, Keystone Health representatives shared the importance of health centers as providers of high quality, cost effective services, accessible to all people, regardless of their financial status.

“Health centers are vital to every community and we are fortunate to have Keystone Health as part of ours,” said Commissioner Chairman Dave Keller.

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