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    Expanding Access to Primary Care

    Over the last six years, the CHRC has funded 25 “Access Programs”, totaling $6.8. million in 13 jurisdictions, and these programs have provided health care to more than 40,000 individuals. The CHRC, as a part of its central mission, provides support to encourage local communities to build integrated, interlocking systems of comprehensive care for low-income Marylanders.

    Access programs create a network of health care services which focus on the provision of primary care services with referrals to networks of specialty physicians, radiology and laboratory diagnostic services, and dentists available at reduced fees. Many of the access programs also include integrated behavioral health services, outreach, case management, preventive programs such as early screening and health education, and other enabling services, such as referrals to food banks, homeless shelters, and other advocacy agencies. The Commission will continue to support partnerships among local health departments, Federally Qualified Health Centers, hospitals, and other health care and social service providers to build primary care infrastructure in underserved communities.

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    CHRC Grantees who received funding to Expanding Access to Primary Care Services

    Grant Name County
    12-010 Shepherd's Clinic Baltimore City
    12-009 Catholic Charities - Esperanza Center Baltimore City
    12-008 Community Clinic, Inc Montgomery
    11-014 Calvert Healthcare Solutions Calvert
    11-013 Anne Arundel Medical Center Anne Arundel
    11-012 Greater Baden Medical Services Charles
    09-018 Upper Chesapeake Healthlink Harford
    09-015 Muslim Community Center Montgomery
    09-011 Carroll Health Department Carroll
    09-016 Primary Care Coalition of Montgomery Montgomery
    09-009 Washington Health Department Washington
    09-008 Montgomery DHHS Montgomery
    09-007 Harford Health Department Harford
    09-006 Frederick Health Department Frederick
    09-005 Dorchester Health Department Dorchester
    09-004 Coppin State University/Nursing School Baltimore City
    09-003 Baltimore County Health Department Baltimore County
    09-002 Baltimore City Health Department Baltimore City
    08-027 Queen Anne's Health Department Queen Anne's
    08-026 Mobile Medical Care, Inc. Montgomery
    08-025 Greater Baden Medical Services Prince George's
    07-007 Health Partners Charles
    07-004 Calvert Memorial Hospital Calvert
    07-003 Baltimore Medical System Baltimore City
    07-001 Access Carroll Carroll