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What You Should Know About FHCGA’s COVID-19 Testing

Should I be tested? If you are experiencing fever, cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, body aches, loss of taste, or diarrhea please call us for information about our COVID-19 testing. The earlier you know, the quicker you can get…

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MAKING TELEHEALTH EASY FOR PATIENTS MAY NOT BE AS EASY AS IT SEEMS

April 10, 2020 Atlanta, Georgia –The Family Health Centers of Georgia, Inc. (FHCGA), a federally qualified health center, wants to make sure telehealth is made user friendly for socio-economically and medically underserved populations. While telehealth is being promoted as a…

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NON-PROFIT COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER IN ATLANTA REMAINS OPEN FOR PATIENTS WITHOUT HEALTH INSURANCE DURING COVID-19 CRISIS

April 7, 2020 Atlanta, Georgia – For 45 years, The Family Health Centers of Georgia, Inc. (FHCGA), a federally qualified health center, has served on the front line when it comes to caring for patients who are uninsured or underinsured….

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The Family Health Centers of Georgia, Inc. has partnered with American Heart Association to pilot Target: BP a program designed to empower underserved patients to manage their blood pressure.

The primary goal of Target: BP is to improve health in minority and economically disadvantaged populations by reducing high blood pressure. Target: BP provides FHCGA with tools to incorporate best practices in high blood pressure reduction into daily operations, ensuring…

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Georgia Health Leader Honored at National Conference

Bethesda, MD – The National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC) has honored Dr. Michael Brooks, MBA, President and CEO of The Family Health Centers of Georgia, Inc. (FHCGA) in Atlanta, GA, with the Health Innovation Award. The award honors…

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Investing in metro Atlanta’s uninsured

One of every four Georgia residents of working age lacks health insurance. Sadly, the number of young Georgians without insurance is rising dramatically in some of metro Atlanta’s largest communities. The story echoes throughout our heartland. Federal data shows that…

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Commitment to Quality Healthcare Access Prompts GE to Expand National Initiative in Atlanta

ATLANTA–(BUSINESS WIRE}–In Georgia, home of the GE Energy business and 5,400 GE employees, nearly one in four individuals of working age are without health insurance, making access to quality healthcare an urgent issue in the state. To help improve healthcare…

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Developing Health™: Atlanta

“Developing Health” is a new, three-year $50 million program providing grant funding and GE employee volunteer support to non-profit health centers across the United States. Recognizing the urgent issues related to cost. quality and access to health care for underserved…

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Diet Coke and The Heart Truth Capture The Flag For Heart Health

Female athletes from Clark Atlanta University represented West End Medical Center and DeKalb Medical in the Diet Coke and The Heart Truth sponsored “Capture The Flag” tournament on Feb. 22 at Clark Atlanta University in association with American Heart Month….

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Diet Coke and Heart Health Supporters ‘Flag’ Heart Disease for Women and Their Families

Diet Coke kicked it old school and hosted a “Capture The Flag” tournament to raise awareness and funds for the West End Medical Centers and DeKalb Medical Cardiac Rehab On February 22, Diet Coke kicked it old school and hosted…

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