Ideastream talks to Neighborhood Family Practice’s midwifery medical director, Katy Maistros, APRN-CNM, about the increasing rates of Hispanic infant mortality in Cuyahoga county.
From Crain’s Cleveland Business: Neighborhood Family Practice, which provides primary care in patients' neighborhood setting, has acquired the Dave's Mercado Pharmacy from Dave's Supermarket Inc.
Dave’s Supermarket, Inc. and Neighborhood Family Practice (NFP) are pleased to announce that NFP has acquired the Dave’s Mercado Pharmacy (3565 Ridge Road, Cleveland) which will begin operating as Neighborhood Family Practice Pharmacy in early January 2019. The pharmacy will be expanded and remodeled and will provide increased benefits for NFP patients, Dave’s customers and the surrounding community including expanded hours and additional services.
Thursday, November 1 marks the first day of the open enrollment period for Ohioans looking to enroll in or change their plan through the Health Insurance Marketplace (Marketplace) for coverage in 2019. Ohioans exploring affordable health insurance options can receive free assistance by making an appointment with a patient benefits specialist at Neighborhood Family Practice.
Molina Healthcare of Ohio recognized the good deeds of eight local residents at its 10th annual Community Champions awards ceremony. Neighborhood Family Practice’s medical assistant, Cintli Sanchez, was one of the winners
Jean Polster, RN, MS, president and chief executive officer of Neighborhood Family Practice (NFP), announced the appointment of Terrance (Terry) Byrne to the position of Vice President of Health Center Operations effective October 1, 2018. In his new role, Terry will be responsible for oversight of all activities at the NFP Ridge Community Health Center (3569 Ridge Road, Cleveland) and supervise the four other NFP community health center locations (Detroit Shoreway, Puritas, Tremont and W. 117th).
NFP received $285,000 from Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) to expand access to quality substance use disorder and behavioral health services.
The Board of Directors for Neighborhood Family Practice (NFP) and the Board of Directors for North Coast Health (NCH) today announced their plan to enter into a strategic affiliation to increase access to quality primary care for low-income individuals and families living in Lakewood and the surrounding community.
Patients needed for patient advisory council. Help make a difference for patients and families at NFP. Join us for an Open House to learn more.
CVS Health has awarded an $85,000 grant to Neighborhood Family Practice to support substance use recovery.
Cleveland physician recognizes the importance of mentoring future doctors. The Ohio Academy of Family Physicians Foundation recognized Chad Garvin, MD, MPH with the 2017 Family Physician Mentorship Award.
Neighborhood Family Practice provider Heidi Gullett, MD, MPH, helped develop the Patient Navigator program at Case Western Reserve University, where medical students assist high-utilization patients she is also an assistant professor of family medicine and community health. In the program’s first year, 19 students devoted 375 work hours to helping newly arrived refugee families who were patients at the Neighborhood Family Practice.
WVIZ/PBS ideastream® host Rick Jackson spoke with Laurel Domanski Diaz, COO for Neighborhood Family Practice to learn more about how congressional budget cuts will affect community health centers like Neighborhood Family Practice.
The board of trustees of Saint Luke’s Foundation has approved grants to Neighborhood Family Practice and 16 other organizations totaling $2,603,486.00. These investments advance the Foundation’s strategic priorities in the areas of Healthy People, A Strong Neighborhood and Resilient Families.
Jean Polster, RN, MS, president and chief executive officer of Neighborhood Family Practice (NFP), announced today the promotion of Laurel Domanski Diaz to the newly created position of chief operating officer. Effective immediately, Domanski Diaz will assume additional responsibility including helping to shape the strategy for the Federally Qualified Health Center that serves more than 18,000 patients annually via five community health centers located on the near west side of Cleveland.
When Sam Huston closed a successful 44-year career in hospital administration, it didn’t end his desire to help ensure that Clevelanders have access to high-quality, affordable health care. For the past five years, Sam Huston has served on the board of directors of Neighborhood Family Practice, even stepping in as chair at one point when unexpectedly needed.
Care Source has agreed to extend access to Cleveland Clinic for CareSource Medicaid and MyCare members through Nov. 30, 2017. Both organizations are working toward a long-term agreement and are fully committed to ensuring Medicaid patients have access to the highest level of healthcare. Please review the following information and frequently asked questions for more information about your care.
In March 2014, Neighborhood Family Practice (NFP) celebrated the grand opening of its fourth community health center location in response to a tremendous need for primary health care in the Puritas/Bellaire community. Shortly thereafter, patient volume began to overwhelm the small office located in Puritas Park Plaza, so NFP administrators applied for and received a Health Infrastructure Investment Program Award from the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services to offset some of the costs related to the purchase and renovation of a larger facility.
Neighborhood Family Practice is hosting a free ice skating event at Halloran Ice Rink.
We support the United States’ long history of welcoming refugees, immigrants, and those seeking asylum. We are dedicated to uphold the human rights of these individuals, families, and communities. We call our whole community to come together to stand alongside our neighbors who possess real fear of discrimination and loss of individual safety.