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The Valley Blurb
Grant To Valley Professionals Community Health Center To Help Purchase Medical Supplies
Valley Professionals Community Health Center is the proud recipient of a $1,300 grant to be used to support between 20 to 25 Vermillion County residents in poverty who need assistance with purchasing medical supplies to monitor and self-manage their chronic disease and optimize health outcomes.
Health Center Celebrates 10 Years of Serving Communities
Valley Professionals Community Health Center is celebrating ten years of growth, expanded services, increased employment and healthier communities in February 2018.
Health Center Receives Perfect Score in Federal Review
Valley Professionals Community Health Center completed an Operational Site Visit on November 15, 2017 by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) and received a perfect score during the comprehensive review.
Local Partnership to Increase Health Care Services
Valley Professionals Community Health Center is expanding its clinic locations by partnering with Waltz Family Practice in Rockville.
Local medical provider office honored for exceptional quality and service
Valley Professionals Community Health Center, located at 777 S Main St. in Clinton, Ind., was recently honored with a Star Performer Award from MDwise, a nonprofit health maintenance organization focused on providing health coverage to Indiana individuals and families.
Health Center Begins Saturday Clinic for Acute Care
Valley Professionals Community Health Center is making it even easier for the community to get well soon.
Capital Funding to Increase Access to Patient Care
Valley Professionals Community Health Center was recently awarded $1 million in funding for facility renovation, expansion, or construction, and will utilize funds for expansion of its Clinton health center located in Vermillion County.
Substance Abuse Funding to Aid Local Fight against Opioid Epidemic
Valley Professionals Community Health Center (VPCHC) was recently awarded $406,250 in funding aimed at improving and expanding the delivery of substance abuse services, with focus on treatment of opioid use disorders in underserved populations, through the Affordable Care Act.
Terre Haute Tribune Star – Community Progess Update
What questions come to mind when searching for a healthcare provider? Will I receive quality care? I don’t have health insurance; can I afford to be seen by a doctor? How will I be able to afford the prescribed medication? When will I have extra time to wait around in a doctor’s office? Does this sound like you?