The MolinaCares Accord (“MolinaCares”) in collaboration with Molina Healthcare recently presented a $2,000 check to Grace Health’s School-Based Health Centers. The funds will be used to purchase two portable vaccine freezers in support of home well-child exams for children who have fallen behind on annual exams and vaccinations.
Your lifestyle plays an important role in preventing or treating hypertension. Making time to relax and partaking in activities you enjoy, boosting your potassium, and seeing your doctor regularly are among the changes you can introduce to your lifestyle to help lower your blood pressure and reduce your risk of heart disease.
Quitting smoking is an important step you can take to improve your health. It’s a difficult process, even if you’re doing so with nicotine replacement therapy. Here are a few other helpful tips to try along your journey and remember, you don’t have to do it alone.
Ready to take steps towards a healthier you? Grace Health is featuring healthy habits tips to encourage your journey! Many start off a New Year with a resolution to continue good practices, accomplish a personal goal, or improve their life. But, remember, these can be created at any time of the year! Whenever you a ready to make a change, Grace Health is here to serve you.
Eat good, feel good! The Food Bank Council of Michigan teamed up with South Michigan Food Bank and Grace Health to address food insecurity and encourage healthy lifestyles with the launch of the Grace Health Fresh Food Pharmacy in Battle Creek.
Grace Health serves over 30,000 patients in Calhoun county and surrounding areas. A federally-qualified health center, Grace Health is focused on meeting the health care needs of underserved people in the community. “We are honored to partner with Grace Health to improve the health and well-being of those in need in the Battle Creek community,” said Peter Vogel, CEO of the South Michigan Food Bank. “We know that we can demonstrate great impact by working together.”
Grace Health partners with CareerStep for its Medical Assistant Apprenticeship Program. During the Apprenticeship Program, staff learn all the skills needed to be a successful Medical Assistant including the education and hands-on experience to sit for the Medical Assistant exam to become a Certified Clinical Medical Assistant. CareerStep and Grace…
Grace Health staff, Faith Freds, Mindy Giambrone, Brendon Putman, Rosalinda Guerrero-Garcia, Kadie Pogue, Alisha Armstrong and Kaitlyn Baggerly successfully completed Grace Health’s Medical Assistant Apprenticeship Program and received certification as a Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA).