2013 CCHF Conference
January 7, 2014 | By Kristy Tarrant |
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Christian Community Health Fellowship is committed to encouraging, educating, and equipping Christians to live out the gospel through healthcare among the poor.
CCHF Newsletter; Christ Community Health Fellowship is committed to encouraging, educating, and equipping Christians to live out the gospel through healthcare among the poor.
STUDENTS Are you interested in the movement of living out the Gospel by providing Christ- centered healthcare to the poor? ! Ready to take the next step? ! SFCITY IMPACT san francisco, california BAYLOR COMMUNITY CARE dallas, texas CANYONCOUNTY COMMUNITY CLINIC caldwell, idaho ! ! ! ! Crossroad Health Center Cincinnati, OH ! Crossroad Health Center has been an important part of the CCHF community for a number of years. God has been working in the midst of Crossroad Health Center this year to provide a smooth transition in leadership. Recently retired CEO Sally Stewart laid the foundation for Crossroad Health Center with a handful of others in the early 1980s by moving to the “Over-the-Rhine” neighborhood of Cincinnati, in order to better understand the needs of the community. Crossroad serves about 20,000 patients each year out of two locations. ! Steven Covington was selected as the new CEO. Prior to joining Crossroad, Steven Covington served as the CEO for several hospitals and FQHCs, as well as as having an educational background in both social work and healthcare administration. We’re excited to welcome him to the CCHF community! clinics at a glance 5 clinics strategically located near hospitals to allow patients to follow up prior to ER visits Three hundred clinics nationwide are striving to deliver distinctively Christian healthcare to the poor. There’s almost always two or three dozen groups in various stages of development. Here are three new clinics to welcome into the community. Please offer them your prayer, counsel and encouragement. 2010 clinic was born out of a bible study 55,000 square foot new facility the Lord provided in September of 2013, to allow growth. Pray for additional volunteers to allow this free clinic to continue to provide excellent care. Contact : Tom Bowman Contact : Jeff Zsohar 47,000 residents of the Tenderloin neighborhood of San Francisco served by SF City Impact 9 clinics network together to target underserved patients within Dallas, under the network of Baylor Community Care. 22 apartment buildings adopted in the neighborhood, a beautiful example of intentional, incarnational ministry. Contact : Alex Areces Check out our online “Preceptorship Directory” for a searchable database of student rotations.
cchf news FALL 2013 Preparing for the ACA 2014 is just around the corner. That means big-time change for clinics, regardless of model. We asked several CCHF clinics how they were preparing for the new