Accordia Health provides whole-person health care through a clinical care team that includes physicians, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, medical assistants, behavioral health specialists, care coordinators, and community health workers. National Health Center Week is a powerful reminder of how deeply community health centers influence the well-being of the communities and individuals they serve.
MOBILE, Ala., Aug. 6, 2023 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Accordia Health proudly joins the nation in celebrating National Health Center Week from Aug. 6 – 12, 2023. This annual event serves as a platform to recognize the pivotal role that health centers play in promoting accessible, high-quality healthcare services for individuals and families across the country.
National Health Center Week highlights the exceptional contributions of health centers, such as Accordia Health, in fostering healthier communities through comprehensive medical services, preventive care, and health education.
Throughout the week, Accordia Health will engage in community-centered activities to promote health and encourage proactive health management. Events include health screenings for seafood workers in South Mobile County, patient appreciation days at all locations, and recognizing board members’ contributions.
Accordia Health is a Federally Qualified Health Center that provides primary care specializing in psychiatric care to children and adults in Mobile and Coosa counties.
Accordia Health is the primary care arm of AltaPointe Health. AltaPointe is one of Alabama’s most comprehensive healthcare systems that integrate primary and behavioral healthcare to promote the wellness of all people across a seven-county area.
Each year it provides more than 1 million services to 45,000 individuals living in Baldwin, Clay, Coosa, Mobile, Randolph, Talladega, and Washington Counties.
To learn more about Accordia Health’s programs and services, visit Accordia-Health.org.
April Douglas, Accordia Health, 251-544-4639, [email protected]
SOURCE Accordia Health