August 2022 | Issue 25

National Health Center Week

August 7-13 was National Health Center Week. The week focuses on bringing awareness to the mission and goals of community health centers across the nation and celebrates the work they do everyday in the communities they serve. They offer care and support to populations that are often overlooked or have limited community resources. Community Health Centers serve as a place of hope for patients. Read more here about National Health Center Week.

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OTMDC Receives $100K From Sentara Healthcare

Olde Towne was the recipient of a substantial grant to support their Comprehensive Integrated Care Model for physical and behavioral health services, expand their dental services as well as telehealth services.

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Partnerships Forged With Community Organizations

During National Health Center Week, for Health Care for Agricultural Workers Day, Olde Towne hosted Williamsburg Community Growers, Williamsburg Farmers Market and the VCE Master Gardeners. We were able to discuss food resources for patients, outreach for the health center during local farmers markets and showed our gratitude to the gardeners that keep our entrance beautiful. 

Staff & Volunteer Appreciation Day

Our amazing staff and volunteers make Olde Towne the health care center it is and we wanted to recognize them!

Their compassion and dedication to our patients is outstanding, so for NHCW Staff & Volunteer Appreciation Day we treated them to an outdoor BBQ lunch with all the fixings from Old City BBQ to show our appreciation for a job well done everyday.

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As we approach Fall, please know that our services are needed more than ever. Your generous donation helps us to continue providing the services so many need. Care for back-to-school immunizations and physicals, sick visits for working individuals and education and resources for chronic care patients.

We thank you for helping to keep Olde Towne a viable healthcare source for vulnerable populations.


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