Three East Coast health centers collectively receive $ 2.4 million in federal grants – CBS Baltimore
WASHINGTON, DC (WJZ) – Three east coast health groups have collectively received $ 2.4 million in federal funding for construction projects, renovations and other capital improvements, First District Congressman Andy Harris said Tuesday.
The West Cecil Health Center received $ 601,376, the Choptank Community Health System received $ 829,065, and the Three Lower Counties Community Services received $ 1,006,541, the Harris office said. The one-time grants were awarded by the U.S. Department of Health.
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“Our federally funded local community health centers have been at the forefront of caring for my constituents during the COVID-19 pandemic,” Harris said in a statement. “This funding will allow them to strengthen their physical infrastructure and continue their mission of providing primary health care to many members of the community.”
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West Cecil Health Center Has in Conowingo in Cecil County and Havre de Grace in Harford County.
Choptank community health system Has Talbot County has practice in Easton and St. Michaels, a practice in Dorchester County in Cambridge, and a practice in Caroline County in Denton.
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Three Lower Counties Community Services, Inc., known as Chesapeake Health Care, has eight offices spread across Somerset, Wicomico and Worcester Counties.