Faith Community Health’s Pharmacist Heather Lyons-Burney was interviewed March 2 by OzarksFirst-KOLR for her “Mission to end opioid abuse.” She has been named a Jefferson Award recipient by the television station. The award winners will be honored March 13. See Heather’s work with ending drug abuse at http://www.ozarksfirst.com/…/jefferson-award-hea…/1004461987.
Springfield Business Journal’s Emily Letterman interviews Faith Community Health’s Kenn Tilus and Carol Harris about how the clinic fills the healthcare needs of many of the uninsured workers in Taney and Stone counties in the March 6-12, 2017, issue of the Journal. “Seasonal workers power Branson. From busing tables, to cleaning hotel rooms and working behind the scenes as stagehands, roughly 40,000 … Read More
Tim Church, Hometowndailynews.com, reports on the grant awards given Jan. 12, 2017, by Tri-Lakes United Way, including one for $3,000 to Faith Community Health to administer free flu shots to the clinic’s patients who qualify. Click here to read more: http://www.hometowndailynews.com/2017/01/13/united-way-awards-25000-in-grants-to-nine-area-non-profits/ .
Hometown Daily News, the leading news source for the Branson Tri-Lakes Area, posted the full text of the March 15 Community Impact Statement released by Faith Community Health. Click on the link for the full story. Faith Community Health releases Community Impact Statement
KLFC News reported on the fundraising efficiency of Faith Community Health. Click the link for more. Faith Community Health Contributions Up in 2015
KOLR 10 News reporter Grant Sloan visited Faith Community Health to talk about Faith’s Community Impact Statement. Click the link for the full story. Faith Community Health doubles volume
Kenn Tilus, Faith Community Health Executive Director, talks with Charlie Engram and Keith O’Neil about his background and Faith Community Health. Click on the link to hear the podcast. KLFC, Feb 22, 2016 interview with Kenn Tilus
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