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$1.2 million in federal funding to help community health centers through COVID-19 outbreak

Posted: 8:35 PM, Mar 26, 2020
Updated: 2020-03-26 20:35:40-04
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WASHINGTON, D.C. — The entire Maryland congressional delegation has announced $1.2 million in federal funding through the Department of Health to help community health centers through the COVID-19 outbreak.

“Every single day, community health centers work on the frontlines to deliver quality health care to our most vulnerable communities,” the lawmakers said. “During the COVID-19 crisis, CHCs are doing more with fewer resources than ever before. This new infusion of federal funding will help CHCs in Maryland manage the growing number of COVID-19 cases while continuing to deliver quality services to their patients in every corner of the state.”

The following CHCs received funding:

  • Baltimore Medical System, Inc. (Baltimore): $103,861
  • Chase Brexton Health Services, Inc. (Baltimore): $98,589
  • Choptank Community Health System, Inc. (Denton): $76,330
  • The Community Clinic, Inc. (Silver Spring): $96,554
  • Family Health Centers Of Baltimore, Inc. (Brooklyn): $56,901
  • City Of Frederick (Frederick): $57,743
  • Greater Baden Medical Service, Inc. (Brandywine) $73,706
  • Health Care For The Homeless, Inc. (Baltimore): $61,602
  • Mobile Medical Care, Inc. (Bethesda): $61,586
  • Owensville Primary Care, Inc. (West River): $53,235
  • Park West Health Systems, Inc. (Baltimore): $55,869
  • Three Lower Counties Community Services, Inc. (Salisbury): $80,494
  • Total Health Care, Inc. (Baltimore): $82,816
  • Tri-State Community Health Center (Hancock): $62,420
  • Walnut Street Community Health Center, Inc. (Hagerstown): $55,860
  • West Cecil Health Center, Inc. (Conowingo): $61,393
  • Western Maryland Health Care Corporation (Oakland): $55,863