Indian Stream Health Center seeks nominations for annual community service awards
“On a daily basis, individuals and non-profit organizations work tirelessly to address the needs of area residents,” said Jordan Phinney, Patient and Financial Services Director at ISHC. “Our annual awards seek to recognize and thank those who have helped to make our community a healthier place to live in, work in and raise a family.”
Nominations can be made in three categories:
· Community Health Advocate Award
· Community Service Award
· Tricia McGuire Youth Health Advocate Award
The nomination deadline is Friday, September 8th
Please visit www.indianstream.org for guidelines and nomination forms. For questions and further information, please contact Ms. Phinney at (603) 388-2448 or via email at Jphinney@indianstream.org.
Indian Stream Health Center releases community newsletter, establishes Twitter
As part of its ongoing effort to share news and information about its practice, Indian Stream Health Center is adding a community newsletter and a twitter handle.
“In addition to our daily core mission of patient care, we feel it is also important to provide avenues through which our patients and the community can access news and information about our practice,” said Jonathan Brown, CEO, Indian Stream Health Center (ISHC). “These two new elements, along with our Facebook page, offer ways to learn about practice happenings.”
Mr. Brown went on to say that the newsletter-BeWell-would be released about six times a year and that patients and others could pick up a copy at ISHC’s locations in Colebrook and Canaan, VT as well as at the North Country Chamber of Commerce. The newsletter will also be on ISHC’s website and be sent out to via email. Anyone wishing to receive the newsletter going forward can email ISHC at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ISHC’s twitter handle is @yourhealthISHC and Mr. Brown noted that along with Facebook, the new handle would provide “real time” news and information, details on community events and even information about office closures in the event of inclement weather.
Indian Stream Health Center, North Country Chamber of Commerce team up to host Business After Hours event on Thursday, September 21
The North Country Chamber of Commerce and Indian Stream Health Center (ISHC) are pleased to announce that the Health Center will be hosting a North Country Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours event at its Colebrook location, 141 Corliss Lane, on Thursday, September 21 at 5:00 p.m.
“We are looking forward to welcoming the business community and other guests to our event,” said Jonathan Brown, CEO of ISHC. “This will be a terrific opportunity for chamber members to learn more about our organization and how we are working to support a healthy North Country.”
Indian Stream Health Center holds special event in recognition of National Health Center Week
Like community health centers across the country, Indian Stream Health Center is pleased to serve as a critical provider of health care and services to those in need. “Community health centers are a vital component of the nation’s safety net,” said Jonathan Brown
, CEO, Indian Stream Health Center (ISHC). “We’re proud to serve in that role and be part of the foundation of a healthy community.”
During the week of August 13-19, ISHC will join with health centers across the United States in celebrating their daily mission of providing affordable, quality primary care and behavioral health services to children, teens, adults and seniors. Mr. Brown noted that ISHC’s locations in Colebrook, NH and Canaan, VT would be recognizing and thanking patients during the week in special ways. “Our patients have entrusted us with their health care and we take that responsibility very seriously,” he said.
Indian Stream Health Center welcomes new providers to behavioral health team
To increase support and access to critical behavioral health services for the North Country, Indian Stream Health Center (ISHC) is pleased to announce the appointment of Bonnie Lynn Balsamo, LICSW and Amanda McGerigle, MSW.
“Bonnie and Amanda bring a very high level of experience to our team,” said Laurie Connors, LICSW and Director of Behavioral Health
Services at ISHC.“ Each has an impressive variety of skills and expertise in the behavioral health field at many levels.”