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CHCA seeking a Contract Finance Assistant for
short-term Initiative

Community Health Centers of Arkansas is seeking a “Contractor” to serve as a Program Director for a 10-month Grant Program “Community-Based Workforce Services to Increase COVID-19 Vaccinations in Underserved Communities”. Learn more...

Vaccination

Supreme Court approves vaccine mandate

Workers at health care providers that receive federal funding for Medicare and Medicaid must receive the COVID-19 vaccine. This includes CHCs, helping improve the overall health and protection from the pandemic for our patients.

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CHCA seeking a Contract Program Director for short-term Initiative

Community Health Centers of Arkansas is seeking a “Contractor” to serve as a Program Director for a 10-month Grant Program “Community-Based Workforce Services to Increase COVID-19 Vaccinations in Underserved Communities”. Learn more...

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Enter the CHCA HIV/AIDS Art Challenge!

Open to all high schoolers, the theme is "HIV prevention: Promoting Healthy Lifestyles for Teens." The winner receives $500 with the poster art being displayed at CHCs across Arkansas. Second prize is $200. Learn more

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CHCA Board chair in Democrat-Gazette

Brigitte McDonald, CEO of 1st Choice Healthcare, defends Arkansas Act 1103 which protects 340b prescription drug program in a guest column January 10. The drug lobby has sued over the law which protects Arkansans from  high drug costs. Read more ...

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Courtesy of Rescue Plan grant money from HRSA, click here to watch four videos featuring everyday Arkansans, each with unique stories, asking their neighbors to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.

CHCA produces new videos urging COVID shots

“I know there are people who don't want to take the shot or who are afraid of the shot. For me, it's a no-brainer.
I have family and friends to think about.
If I brought it home to them, I just don't want to take that risk.”

- Bo Mason,  soybean farmer, Brinkley

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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January

Alzheimer's and glaucoma are among the health observances for January.

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Today with Macrae

HRSA Associate Administrator Jim Macrae gave the latest scoop from Washington on December 1.  See the slides.

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Let's  make  2022 healthy! Practice safe celebration, avoid COVID, eat, sleep, and exercise! Yeah!

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