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Community Health Centers across Arkansas rose to the challenge of the COVID-19 pandemic, providing testing, vaccines, and safe environments for care.

We partnered with local stakeholder groups and agencies to educate the public on how to best combat COVID-19 and to keep their families safe.


We continue to provide full-service primary care and offer vaccinations to protect our communities from COVID-19.

See below for photographs chronicling the dedicated services of our staff during the height of the pandemic.

Mainline Health Systems staff prepare to help screen and test patients for Coronavirus in the safest manner to protect other patients and fellow workers.
Community Clinic responds to Coronavirus.
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Lee County Cooperative Clinic's screening tent.
Ready for another day of fighting COVID-19 at Jefferson Comprehensive Care Center. 
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Barraque Street Missionary Baptist Church, Pine Bluff, delivered a check April 15 for $1,000 to Jefferson Comprehensive Care Center to help fight COVID-19.
Boston Mountain Rural Health Center staff stand ready to assist and screen those at risk for Coronavirus.
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Staff at 1st Choice Healthcare in Northeast Arkansas embrace the challenge of COVID-19, demonstrating proper social distance techniques.
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The wonderful staff at River Valley Primary Care Services.
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