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Transcript of JRCHC Orientation
Jericho Road Community Health Center
Dr. Myron and Joyce Glick open Jericho Road Family Practice (JRFP) at 184 Barton Street
In response to the non-medical needs of patients, Jericho Road Ministries(JRM) is created
JRM merges with Hope Refugee Services expanding reach into refugee community through HRDC, an after school program and home buyer education program
JRFP & JRM
merge into one non-profit entity renamed Jericho Road
Community Health Center (JRCHC)
Jericho Road becomes a Federally Qualified Health Care Center (FQHC)
In order to become an FQHC an organization must:
Offer services to all persons, regardless of the person's ability to pay
Establish a sliding fee discount program
Be a nonprofit or public organization
Be community-based, with the majority of their board composed of their patients
Serve a medically underserved area or population
Provide comprehensive primary care services
Have an ongoing quality assurance program
JRCHC begins a global initiative by opening a clinic in
Koidu, Sierra Leone the
Adama Martha Memorial Community Health Center (AMMCHC)
JRCHC acquires VIVE, Inc., which serves individuals seeking asylum in US and Canada
Genesee Street Clinic & East Side Programming
Polly, Financially Fit, PCHP
Jericho Road Community Health Center provides a culturally sensitive medical home, especially for refugee and low-income community members, facilitating wellness and self-sufficiency by addressing health, education, economic and spiritual barriers in order to demonstrate Jesus' unconditional love for the whole person.
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Clinic opens in Goma, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)
December 6th, 2016